Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity

Bohner G, Siebler F, González R, Haye A, Schmidt EA (2008)
GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS 11(3): 301-317.

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An experiment was conducted to examine the situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes at the implicit and explicit level. Seventy-one men and women with dual, Turkish-German, national identities were asked to think about positive aspects of either their German or their Turkish identity. Later, attitudes toward Germans and Turks were assessed using a single category implicit association test ( SC-IAT) and self-report scales. Results showed that attitudes toward Turks were generally more positive than attitudes toward Germans, that SC-IAT scores reflecting attitudes toward Turks and Germans were unrelated, and that the identity priming affected men's, but not women's, SC-IAT scores. This finding is discussed in terms of men's greater flexibility in national identification. Explicit attitude measures were largely unaffected by the priming.
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Bohner G, Siebler F, González R, Haye A, Schmidt EA. Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity. GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS. 2008;11(3):301-317.
Bohner, G., Siebler, F., González, R., Haye, A., & Schmidt, E. A. (2008). Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity. GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS, 11(3), 301-317.
Bohner, G., Siebler, F., González, R., Haye, A., and Schmidt, E. A. (2008). Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity. GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS 11, 301-317.
Bohner, G., et al., 2008. Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity. GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS, 11(3), p 301-317.
G. Bohner, et al., “Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity”, GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS, vol. 11, 2008, pp. 301-317.
Bohner, G., Siebler, F., González, R., Haye, A., Schmidt, E.A.: Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity. GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS. 11, 301-317 (2008).
Bohner, Gerd, Siebler, Frank, González, Roberto, Haye, Andres, and Schmidt, Eike A. “Situational flexibility of in-group-related attitudes: A single category IAT study of people with dual national identity”. GROUP PROCESSES & INTERGROUP RELATIONS 11.3 (2008): 301-317.
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