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What does “implicit measure” mean (DH, 2006; DH et al., 2009)



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2. What does “implicit measure” mean (DH, 2006; DH et al., 2009)

2. What does “implicit measure” mean (DH, 2006; DH et al., 2009)

=> Most often unsatifactory “superficial” arguments (e.g., “implicit” in name, not a direct self-assessment, reaction time task, …)

2.1. “Measure” as a procedure or as an effect of a procedure

- as a procedure: what you do

*putting someone on a weighing scale = measuring weight

*instructing someone to complete a certain IAT = measuring asso

=> nothing implicit about a procedure

- as an outcome: the result of administrating the procedure

*the number on a weighing scale = measure of weight

*the difference in mean RT on two task of IAT = measure of asso

=> is assumed to be a measure of construct: construct validity


ICPS Amsterdam - 13 March 2015

2.2. Measure as outcome: Borsboom et al. (2004):

2.2. Measure as outcome: Borsboom et al. (2004):



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