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Title: An independent analysis of schemas using the Go/No Go Association Task
Authors: Lynch, Serena
Keywords: Schemas;Gender;Sexuality;Response Time
Issue Date: 9-Jul-2015
Publisher: Laurentian University of Sudbury
Abstract: Previous research, using the Implicit Associations Test, demonstrated that a slowdown effect in regards to homosexual characters, especially homosexual male characters, exists. However, this task was not developed to observe individual gender attributes. The aim of the current research was to use the GNAT to explore these differences. The results of the current study revealed that a slowdown effect was not equal across the gender categories as it occurred more in homosexual males rather than in heterosexual males and females within schema incongruent trials. This outcome supports previous research using the IAT.
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