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March 28, 2011

The Giftie’s Power

by @ 7:04 PM. Filed under General, Meta

Your data suggest a slight automatic preference for Older People compared to Younger People.

I hate taking the Implicit Association Test, but it’s a good thing to do.

Having mentioned it in my previous post (below), I was prompted to go do it again. The test that came up is on age groups; they have a wide range of others. I’ve taken the famous one on race, and it also showed a slight bias; almost everyone does.

It’s important not to read to much into things like this, but it’s important not to dismiss it, too.

One Response to “The Giftie’s Power”

  1. Sklep z latarkami Says:

    * Take care to select the right kind of material for your garden furniture. The type of outdoor furniture you buy must reflect the overall look of your garden. In this sense, wooden garden furniture scores high but it is difficult to maintain. Wooden garden furniture is lightweight, comfortable, and aesthetic looking. Selecting wood high in oil content as teak or courbaril is preferable since these are weather proof and can be left outdoors all the year round. When using furniture made from teak, you should ensure that you use tenon joints and not bolts that corrode. Any metal fittings used must be corrosion resistant.

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