- Implicit Association Test (IAT) : Implicit Association Test or IAT refers to a reaction time procedure that provides a measure of implicit attitudes . Participants sort targets into a "good" category or a "bad" category, and the speed at which the sorting is completed is taken as a measurement of one’s implicit attitude toward the object.

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