Implicit Bias in Science Explained



“Implicit biases are associations that get activated automatically in our minds and can lead us to discriminate against people we subconsciously associate with negative traits (like aggressiveness or laziness) even though we have no conscious intention to do so.”

This is well-worth a read and has a feasile explanation of the Harvard IAT which has come under criticism in recent months.





The bad news and the good news of Implicit Bias

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