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  1. Automatic effects

  2. What is automatic? • How can you measure automaticity? • What is the difference between automatic and controlled processes? • Do automatic processes have meaningful effects on behavior? • How do implicit and aversive racism relate to each other?

  3. Carter, Ferguson, & Hassin, 2011 • Results? • What other cues would have an effect on voting attitudes? • What cues would signify “liberal”? • Why did the effect intensify? • Why would it make people more conservative rather than more unifying? • What exactly is being primed? • What about all the other flags they saw? • Why would it affect both implicit and explicit attitudes?

  4. Payne, Krosnick, Pasek, Lelkes, Aktar, & Tompson, 2009 • What were the effects of explicit prejudice? • Of implicit? • Why would implicit prejudice lead to explicit prejudice? • Are there ways in which Obama’s race might have helped him in the race? • What about the anti-White attitudes? Or nonWhite participants? • Is Obama “black”?

  5. Knowles, Lowery, & Schaumberg, 2010 • Controlling for explicit prejudice, implicit prejudice (GNAT) predicted less voting intentions toward Obama, more opposition to his health care plan, and more reservations about specific parts of the plan • Didn’t occur when the same plan was attributed to Clinton