How Does Genetic Ancestry Testing Affect Perceptions of Race? Conjoint Survey Instrument
The Conjoint Survey Instrument is a survey instrument developed for the study “How Does Genetic Ancestry Testing Affect Perceptions of Race?” The study explores how respondents make racial classification decisions about other people. The survey includes demographic questions (including race, country of origin, political party affiliation, political views, gender, age, education, income, etc.) as well as belief in genetic essentialism, racial attitudes, and beliefs about the relevance of genetic ancestry testing in medicine measures. Respondents are randomized to several treatments (survey modules that differ by context, gender, ancestry, and genetic ancestry test results). Following a task introduction, respondents are shown a profile and directed complete racial classification tasks. Also see the Black-White Race Morphs Research Tool in this database.