Implicit Association Test

Bayesian Logistic Regression using brms, Part 1

This is the first of a series of posts on how to fit, interpret, and evaluate Bayesian logistic regression models using the brms package in R. This is a post written with Nils Karl Reimer. This post provides a gentle introduction to fitting Bayesian logistic regression models using the brms package in R (Bürkner, 2017). Why use brms? Besides being an excellent package with lots of cool features, the specification of regression models in brms closely mirrors the syntax you may already use to fit regression models in R, such as with the lm() or glm() commands.

A Robust Bias Against Interracial Couples Among White and Black Respondents, Relative to Multiracial Respondents

Interracial couples are an understudied but increasingly common social group in the United States. We used direct and indirect measures to examine explicit and implicit biases (respectively) against interracial couples among samples of (a) …

Test-Retest Reliability and Predictive Validity of the Implicit Association Test in Children

The Implicit Association Test (IAT) is increasingly used in developmental research despite minimal evidence of whether children's IAT scores are reliable across time or predictive of behavior. When test-retest reliability and predictive validity have …

Persons or Situations? Individual Differences Explain Variance in Aggregated Implicit Race Attitudes

Exposure to Racial Out-Groups and Implicit Race Bias in the United States

The industrialized world is becoming more ethnically diverse. Research in several disciplines has suggested that exposure to racial out-groups may be associated with more positive and more negative intergroup attitudes. Given that U.S. states are …

Do Motivations for using Facebook Moderate the Association between Facebook use and Psychological Well-Being?

Previous investigations of the relationship between Facebook use and psychological well-being have most commonly considered variables relating to the quantity (e.g., time spent online) and underlying motivations (e.g., making new friends) of Facebook …