Implicit Association Test

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Implicit Association Test •Do you agree with the results of your IAT. I would have to say that I agree with the results of my IAT test. •If you are comfortable sharing, what was the result of your IAT? If you are not comfortable sharing, what was your impression of the IAT? I took the Depression Brief Implicit Association Test and my implicit data suggests that I strongly identify more with being happy than sad. I would have to agree with this statement while I do get sad at times and I'm a pretty happy- go- lucky, bubbly person. I try to take a lighthearted approach to everything I do and I try not to get easily discouraged when things do not go as planned. I believe that no matter how bad things may seem to be going for me there is always someone in a more difficult situation than myself. I try to think of all the good things in my life to keep myself in a positive state of mind. •Do you agree or disagree with the result? I would have to say that I agree with the results. I do see myself as a happy person. I am also very optimistic; whenever I'm faced with a difficult situation I always see the good and try not to focus on the negative. I see the glass as half full not half empty. •Do you think that the results are valid for you? Explain why or why not. Yes, I believe that the results were pretty accurate. I believe myself to be a very happy person. I have always tried to see the good in things. I have gone through a lot of difficult situations in my life and still have a very good outlook on life. I tell others that no matter how bad things may seem there is always someone who has it worse and I try to think that when faced with trials and tribulations of my own. •In your opinion, is prejudice easy or difficult to measure accurately? Why? I would say that prejudice is difficult to measure because it’s an emotion
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