An Alternative to Self-Reports of Trait and State Affect The Implicit Positive and Negative Affect Test (IPANAT)

Autor(en): Quirin, Markus
Bode, Regina C.
Stichwörter: AFFECT MISATTRIBUTION; ASSOCIATION TEST; discrete emotions; EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE; implicit affect measurement; Implicit Positive and Negative Affect Test (IPANAT); indirect assessment; INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES; METAANALYSIS; MODEL; MODERATING ROLE; MOOD; objective tests; PERSONALITY; Psychology; Psychology, Applied; SOCIAL COGNITION
Erscheinungsdatum: 2014
Herausgeber: HOGREFE & HUBER PUBLISHERS
Journal: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Volumen: 30
Ausgabe: 3
Startseite: 231
Seitenende: 237
Zusammenfassung: 
Self-report measures for the assessment of trait or state affect are typically biased by social desirability or self-delusion. The present work provides an overview of research using a recently developed measure of automatic activation of cognitive representation of affective experiences, the Implicit Positive and Negative Affect Test (IPANAT). In the IPANAT, participants judge the extent to which nonsense words from an alleged artificial language express a number of affective states or traits. The test demonstrates appropriate factorial validity and reliabilities. We review findings that support criterion validity and, additionally, present novel variants of this procedure for the assessment of the discrete emotions such as happiness, anger, sadness, and fear.
ISSN: 10155759
DOI: 10.1027/1015-5759/a000190

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