My experience completing the Implicit Association Tests was cool! I actually took some of the same tests in graduate school for my race and diversity class. I only got stressed when I got to the third and last test and I was getting tired and I kept making mistakes, so I took a break and restarted them.
My results? (I, myself, am a light-skinned person)
I have a slight automatic preference for Dark Skinned People over Light.
Slight automatic preference for White people over Black.
Little to no automatic association between American and Foreign with Native American and White American.
A slight automatic association for American with European American and Foreign with Asian American.
I wasn't surprised by my results but I realized that I actually do carry stereotypical ideas of Asian people not just Asian American. I think I picked this up when I ended up volunteering abroad, anywhere I traveled I noticed groups of "Asian looking" tourists with cameras around there necks and on more then a few occasions they got very aggressive when wanting to see something or I was getting in the way of a picture. I know better then to label a whole race as intrusive but when I was taking the test that is what popped into my head.
As a side note as you were asking in the introduction video to pay attention to the imagines that come in to mind when you were reading off a list. Maybe I misunderstood but it wasn't a particular race or gender that came into mind. I saw the people in my life pop into my head. Is that normal and should I delve deeper into those family and friends races and color?