Harvard University’s Project Implicit
“Project Implicit blends basic research and educational outreach in a virtual laboratory at which visitors can examine their own hidden biases. Project Implicit is the product of research by three scientists whose work produced a new approach to understanding of attitudes, biases, and stereotypes.
The Project Implicit site has been functioning as a hands-on science museum exhibit, allowing web visitors to experience the manner in which human minds display the effects of stereotypic and prejudicial associations acquired from their socio-cultural environment.”
To read more and take your own Implicit Association Tests, click here.
Intercultural Development Inventory:
“The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) is a statistically reliable, cross-culturally valid measure of intercultural competence adapted from the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity. It can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including:
- Individual assessment in coaching, counseling situations
- Group analysis in team building efforts
- Organizational-wide needs assessment for training design
- Program evaluation to assess the effectiveness of various interventions
The IDI is a 50-item, theory-based instrument that can be taken either in paper and pencil form or online. The instrument is easy to complete and it can generate an in-depth graphic profile of an individual’s or groups’ predominant level of intercultural competence along with a detailed textual interpretation of that level of intercultural development and associated transitional issues.”
For more information about the IDI, click here.
To take the IDI for individually or with your group, contact Shayla Herndon-Edmunds, Director of Diversity Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.