Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Exploring implicit social cognition
Maddalena Marini, Ph.D.
Are men implicitly believed to be more brilliant than women? New research suggests the answer is "yes."
New research shows that autistic individuals implicitly identified themselves with less masculine and feminine attributes.
Effects of the current pandemic on intergroup behavior.
New research suggests that neither sex assignment at birth nor exposure to social gender norms define how a child identifies or expresses their gender.
New research suggests implicit self-esteem predicts dangerous mobile phone use while driving.
Can we predict a couple’s everyday sex life with implicit measures? New research says yes.
How can we detect the false events that are wrongly encoded as true in our minds?
The potential hidden costs of implicit bias in the health care setting.
What can we do to change historically-ingrained gender stereotypes—both in specific industries and in society at large?
Some implicit attitudes show change, but not all.
Do we have full control of our behavior?
Maddalena Marini, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral researcher at Italian Institute of Technology, where she investigates implicit social beliefs.