New Cultural Defense
Comment on Uhlmann et al., Automatic Associations: Personal Attitudes or Cultural Knowledge?, in IDEOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY, AND LAW (JON HANSON ED. 2011).
Abstract: This is a brief comment on a paper that examines three ways to understand the person v. culture debate within implicit social cognition–what the authors call “culture as contaminant”, “culture as norms,” and “implicit attitudes.”
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