Implicit bias: Mental illness
“People don’t always say what’s on their minds. One reason is that they are unwilling. Another reason is that they are unable.”
This laboratory-based study aimed to examine the efficacy of implicit bias intervention in the reductions of stigma towards individuals with mental illness. Implicit bias intervention was given using a computer-based response-latency paradigm called Single Category Implicit Association Test (SC-IAT; Karpinski, & Steinman, 2006) presented with Inquisit v.22.214.171.124. (2014). The virtual laboratory for implicit bias paradigm is accessible at Project Implicit.
By Anantha Mutiara, Melita Gusti, and Veronika Btari (Oct 2015 – Mar 2016).
Supervised by Cleoputri Yusainy and Ika Herani.
Co-supervised by Ignatius Ryan and Bima Pusaka Semedhi.
Individual articles can be downloaded here.
This experiment was a replication study from:
- Yusainy, C., Thohari, S., Gustomy, R. (2016). #StopAbleism: Reduksi stigma kepada penyandang disabilitas melalui intervensi bias implisit. Jurnal Psikologi Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Gadjah Mada, 43, 1-15.