Jan De Houwer Ghent University, Belgium


“a test is valid for measuring an attribute if and only if (a) the attribute exists and (b) variations in the attribute causally produce variations in the outcomes of the measurement procedure”



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“a test is valid for measuring an attribute if and only if (a) the attribute exists and (b) variations in the attribute causally produce variations in the outcomes of the measurement procedure”.

Procedure – Person – Outcome

ICPS Amsterdam - 13 March 2015

Implicit measure:

Implicit measure:

Procedure – Person – Outcome

E.g., implicit measure of attitude toward flying


ICPS Amsterdam - 13 March 2015

Automatic

(in certain sense)

2.3. Measure as outcome: implicit or explicit?

2.3. Measure as outcome: implicit or explicit?

Attribute automatically causes the outcome, that is despite lack of

* goal to start, stop, alter, or avoid expression of construct (unintentional, uncontrollable) or distal goals (e.g., to evaluate other stimuli)

* awareness of the evoking stimuli, what is being measured, that something is being measured, how it is being measured



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