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Can the Go/No-Go Association Task be faked?
Go/No-Go Association task: The GNAT (pronounced like the bug) is a flexible technique designed to measure implicit social cognition. Conceptually similar to other implicit measures like the ...
Jul 4 '12 at 12:47
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