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Association

A word used to designate an organization, whether it is for-profit or non-profit. Some states list "association" as one of the acceptable names designating a corporation.
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Probing the implicit suicidal mind: Does the death/suicide Implicit Association Test reveal a desire to die, or a diminished desire to live?
First, we created a list of 400 stimuli for Free association Test in Czech language.
Ashmore, Discrimination and the Implicit Association Test, 10 GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP REL.
For this study, the bilingual Arab Israelis took the implicit association test in both languages--Hebrew and Arabic--to see if the language they were using affected their biases about the names.
Using the implicit association test, researchers found that subjects subconsciously considered Barack Obama less American than either Hillary Clinton or John McCain.
Past users also scored significantly better than never-users on the Controlled Oral Word Association Test and the clock drawing test, both measures of executive function.
Darlene Mosser-Kerner of Systems & Software Engineering was recently awarded the Office of the Secretary of Defense Civilian Tester of the Year Award at the National Defense Industrial Association Test & Evaluation (NDIA T&E) Conference.
Using the Implicit Association Test (IAT) model, a reaction time test developed by American psychologists, Kandola has developed tests that measure unconscious bias.
Another recently developed indirect method of measuring attitudes toward individuals with disabilities that seems feasible to conduct in the real world is the Implicit Association Test (IAT; Greenwald, McGhee, & Schwartz, 1998).
A survey conducted at the annual National Defense Industrial Association test and evaluation conference, showed that the majority of respondents thought the relationship between development and operational testers was "strained, conflicting, minimal, sometimes non-existent, somewhat hostile.
Implicit stereotyping of Hispanics: Development and validity of a Hispanic version of the Implicit Association Test.

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