Inquisit Test Variants

Weight IAT (Bodies)

Measures implicit weight bias using images of body shapes (Schwartz et al, 2003).

Duration: 5.5 minutes

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Weight IAT (Faces)

Measures implicit weight bias using images of faces (Schwartz et al, 2003).

Duration: 5.5 minutes

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References

Schwartz, M., Chambliss, H., Brownell, K., Blair, S., & Billington, C. (2003). Weight Bias among Health Professionals Specializing in Obesity. Obesity Research, 11(9), 1033-1039.

Chambliss, H., Finley, C., & Blair, S. (2004). Attitudes toward obese individuals among exercise science students. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36(3), 468-74.

Schwartz, M., Vartanian, L., Nosek, B., & Brownell, K. (2006). The influence of one's own body weight on implicit and explicit anti-fat bias. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.), 14(3), 440-7.

Roddy, S., Stewart, I., & Barnes-Holmes, D. (2011). Facial reactions reveal that slim is good but fat is not bad: Implicit and explicit measures of body-size bias. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(6), 688.

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