2004 journal article

Explicit and implicit stereotype activation effects on memory: Do age and awareness moderate the impact of priming?

PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING, 19(3), 495–505.

By: T. Hess n, J. Hinson n & J. Statham n

MeSH headings : Achievement; Adolescent; Adult; Aged; Aged, 80 and over; Aging / psychology; Anxiety / psychology; Aptitude; Attention; Awareness; Culture; Female; Humans; Male; Memory; Middle Aged; Motivation; Reaction Time; Self Concept; Set, Psychology; Stereotyping; Verbal Learning
TL;DR: No priming effects under either presentation condition were obtained for younger adults, indicating that the observed implicit effects are specific to those for whom the stereotype is self-relevant, and contribute to the delineation of situations under which stereotypes are most influential. (via Semantic Scholar)
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