I was watching Oprah the other day, and she was plugging this test. It presents images and words to you, and you have to sort them into "African American", "European American", "good", and "bad", and it tests how easily you make the connection between "African American" with "good" and "bad" and the same with "European American". It's interesting to think about racism as occurring on a level that we might not be aware of. I'm sure that's where a lot of prejudice occurs, not just against Blacks but many minorities, in that moment before we've had time to even think about the other person, where we're already sizing somebody else up. This is why when people say "I don't see race" or "I'm not racist, but...", I get a bit irked - racism's not just cross-burning and saying the n-word, it's every action that doesn't give people a fair chance because of their race.
Anyway, it's interesting to see what it says about you. The guy who developed it said on Oprah you can't cheat it because it measures the ease with which you make associations, so even if you slow down to make sure you get every one of them right, it still measures the time it took to make each association. Although I did get "undefined", and I don't know what that means.