Author ORCID Identifier
Year of Publication
Master of Science in Community & Leadership Development
Agriculture, Food and Environment
Community and Leadership Development
Dr. Stacy Vincent
Cross-group paired individuals were administered an intervention to measure impacts of inmate interactions and friendships on anxiety and implicit bias among participants. Researchers predicted the intervention would decrease levels of racial anxiety, implicitness, prejudice, and racial color-blindness among entering freshmen in the College of Agriculture, Food & Environment at the University of Kentucky. Results indicated that the control group had no change in implicitness. The treatment group yielded no change in implicitness on four out of five experimental measures with the exception of decrease in communal orientation, thus altering the implicit bias of participants.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Harper, Tiffany, "FAST FRIENDS: IMPLICIT BIAS OF CROSS-GROUP FRIENDSHIPS IN A COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE" (2017). Theses and Dissertations--Community & Leadership Development. 36.