Implicit Bias. Acknowledgement: The outline for this presentation was developed by:. Starr Rayford Leslie Richards-Yellen. 312-704-3000 www.hinshawlaw.com. Definition. Implicit: means that we are either unaware or mistaken about the source of the thought or feeling. Warning:.
Acknowledgement: The outline for this presentation was developed by:
Personalize by having panelists tell short story that demonstrates how bias exhibited by another affected their prospects or how bias they exhibited affected others
Whether we are female/male, affluent/not affluent, black/white/Hispanic/Asian/Native American/immigrant, gay/straight, disabled/abled, older/younger
Classic social psychology research shows people allocate more resources and report more positive attitudes toward in-group members even when people are randomly assigned to meaningless groups.
Are immigration policy judgments (e.g., anti-immigration sentiment) shaped by –
Less Biased People Have a Complex or Conflicted Stance as they Harbor Some Degree of Automatic Bias Along with an Explicit Commitment to Egalitarianism
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