Published Papers Using Project Implicit Demo Site Data

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In Press (as of 5/25/18)

  • Hehman, E., Flake, J. K., & Calanchini, J. (in press). Disproportionate use of lethal force in policing is associated with regional racial biases of residents. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
  • Leitner, J.B., Hehman, E., & Snowden, L.R. (in press). States higher in racial bias spend less on disabled Medicaid enrollees. Social Science & Medicine.
  • Phills, C. E., Williams, A., Wolff, J. M., Smith, A., Arnold, R., Felegy, K., & Kuenzig, M. E. (in press). Intersecting race and gender stereotypes: Implications for group-level attitudes. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.
  • Johnson, D.J. & Chopik, W.J. (in press). Geographic variation in the Black-violence stereotype. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
  • Axt, J.R. (in press). The best way to measure explicit racial attitudes is to ask about them. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
  • Sawyer, J. & Gampa, A. (in press). Implicit and explicit racial attitudes changed during Black Lives Matter. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
  • Giulietti, C., Tonin, M., & Vlassopoulos, M. (2018). Racial discrimination in local public services: A field experiment in the United States. Journal of the European Economic Association.

Papers In Print

  • Elran-Barak, R., & Bar-Anan, Y. (2018). Implicit and explicit anti-fat bias: The role of weight-related attitudes and beliefs. Social Science & Medicine, 204, 117-124.
  • James, L. (2018). The stability of implicit racial bias in police officers. Police Quarterly, 21, 30-52.
  • Howell, J. L., & Ratliff, K. A. (2017). Not your average bigot: The better‐than‐average effect and defensive responding to Implicit Association Test feedback. British Journal of Social Psychology, 56, 125-145.
  • Howell, J. L., Redford, L., Pogge, G., & Ratliff, K. A. (2017). Defensive responding to IAT feedback. Social Cognition, 35, 520-562.
  • MacInnis, C. C., Page-Gould, E., & Hodson, G. (2017). Multilevel intergroup contact and antigay prejudice (explicit and implicit) evidence of contextual contact benefits in a less visible group domain. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8, 243-251.
  • Orchard, J., & Price, J. (2017). County-level racial prejudice and the black-white gap in infant health outcomes. Social Science & Medicine,181, 191-198.
  • Payne, B. K., Vuletich, H. A., & Lundberg, K. B. (2017). The bias of crowds: How implicit bias bridges personal and systemic prejudice. Psychological Inquiry, 28(4), 233-248.
  • Sabin, J. A., Riskind. R. G., & Nosek, B. A. (2015). Health care providers’ implicit and explicit attitudes toward lesbian women and gay men. American Journal of Public Health,105, 1831-1841.
  • Zitelny, H., Shalom, M., & Bar-Anan, Y. (2017). What is the implicit gender-science stereotype? Exploring correlations between the gender-science IAT and self-report measures. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8 , 719-735.
  • Leitner, J.B., Hehman, E., Ayduk, O., Mendoza-Denton, R. (2016). Blacks’ death rate due to circulatory diseases is positively related to Whites’ explicit racial bias: A nationwide investigation using Project Implicit. Psychological Science, 27, 1299-1311.
  • Leitner, J. B., Hehman, E., Ayduk, O., & Mendoza-Denton, R. (2016). Racial bias is associated with ingroup death rate for Blacks and Whites: Insights from Project Implicit. Social Science & Medicine, 170, 220-227.
  • Schmidt, K. & Axt, J.R. (2016). Implicit and explicit attitudes toward African Americans and Barack Obama did not substantively change during Obama's presidency. Social Cognition, 34, 559-588.
  • Schofield, T. P. (2016). Time-of-day effects in implicit racial in-group preferences are likely selection effects, not circadian rhythms. PeerJ, 4, e1947.
  • Howell, J. L., Gaither, S. E., & Ratliff, K. A. (2015). Caught in the middle: Defensive responses to IAT feedback among whites, blacks, and biracial black/whites. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6, 373-381.
  • Rae, J. R., Newheiser, A. K., & Olson, K. R. (2015). Exposure to racial out-groups and implicit race bias in the United States. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6, 535-543.
  • Westgate, E. C., Riskind, R. G., & Nosek, B. A. (2015). Implicit preferences for straight people over Lesbian Women and Gay Men weakened from 2006 to 2013. Collabra,1, (Art. 1).
  • Xu, K., Nosek, B. A., Greenwald, A. G. (2014). Data from the Race Implicit Association Test on the Project Implicit Demonstration website. Journal of Open Psychology Data, 2, e3. Doi:10.5334/