I found the tests interesting for sure, and was surprised by the results at first. I felt like a soul death when I had to, by way of instructions for the test, label Black people as "bad" etc in the labeling test. I was honestly confused during the foreign and American test when they paired the landscapes and people. Regardless, my implicit bias was slight to moderate preference for White people all way around. It doesn't seem a surprise because that reflects the culture I was raised in, taught about, and the majority of people I've been surrounded by (family, and largely friends, classmates) for a lifetime. I imagine people prefer what they've known, or I do. Though I don't like the "preference" terminology. I struggle with the whole idea of people having lower preference, yet that is exactly what is created in a society that places greater value on white people than any other. Most often, I'm angered by ignorant, belligerent white people. So the preferences could be divided into politics, class, gender, etc. which would bring up more prejudices probably. Part of what I dispute about these tests is that the instructions or changing of keys makes it tough to respond quickly which largely is how the scores are calculated. All things considered, fascinating stuff!