Implicit bias: Physical disability

“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 persons with physical disability. 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. (2014).

The virtual laboratory for implicit bias paradigm is accessible at Project Implicit.

By Diah Deir Zahrani and Fitryanda Akpewila (Oct 2015 – Feb 2016).

Supervised by Cleoputri Yusainy and Ika Herani.

Co-supervised by Ignatius Ryan and Bima Pusaka Semedhi.

Individual articles can be downloaded here.

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