Test used to measure prejudice

I took the Implicit Association Test to measure prejudice. What other test does sociologist use to measure prejudice?

I found no further recognized tests to specifically measure general prejudice. You can find assorted tests ( I don't know how reputable) by putting "prejudice testing" into the Google Search engine.

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