免费师范生身份的内隐态度研究
Research on the Implicit Attitude of Free Normal Student’s Identity

作者: 马文娟 * , 李亚丹 * , 冯廷勇 :西南大学心理学部; 索 涛 :河南大学教育科学学院; 李 红 :辽宁师范大学心理发展与教育研究中心;

关键词: 免费师范生内隐态度内隐联想测验身份认同Free Normal Student Implicit Attitude Implicit Association Test Identity

摘要: 运用内隐联想测验(IAT),研究不同身份被试(免费师范生vs非师范生)对免费师范生身份的内隐态度。结果显示:免费师范生对自身身份持积极态度,且男免费师范生对自身身份的内隐态度较女生更为积极;非师范女生对免费师范生身份有积极的内隐态度;相对于非师范生,免费师范生对自身身份的态度更为积极。说明免费师范生较为认同自身身份,对其有积极的态度,非师范生对免费师范生身份没有消极的态度。

Abstract: The study applied the implicit association test to explore different kinds of students’ attitude (free normal students vs non-normal students) toward free normal students’ identity. Results showed that free normal students had positive attitude toward their identity and males’ attitude were more positive than females’; female of non-normal students had positive attitude toward “free normal students’ identity”; compared with non-normal students, free normal students’ attitude were more positive. These suggested that free normal student have positive attitude toward their identity and non-normal students don’t have negative attitude toward free normal students’ identity.

文章引用: 马文娟 , 李亚丹 , 索 涛 , 冯廷勇 , 李 红 (2012) 免费师范生身份的内隐态度研究。 心理学进展, 2, 110-115. doi: 10.12677/AP.2012.23018

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