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Unconscious Prejudice Part1 of 2: I'm not a Racist... I Think?

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Xuất bản 20/08/2015
Harvard psychologist, Dr. Mahzarin R. Banaji, delivers a lecture titled "Paradoxes of Mind & Society" at the Yale University Department of Psychology. Dr. Banaji describes her research into the unconscious prejudices that human beings may carry below the threshold of consciousness. She is also a key contributor for the development of the "Implicit Association Test" (IAT), which is used in a range of experiments to measure the magnitude of prejudices that may lie in the subconscious of the test taker. This video may be viewed in its entirety along with a description and transcript at the following link. Democratic Vistas Lecture Date: January 23, 2001 Additional Research Information: (Updated 05/15/2009): Harvard Science: Prejudices we won't admit See No Bias Scientific American: The Implicit Prejudice Project Implicit® Copies of Technical Research Papers can be obtained at: The Test University of Washington: The Unconscious Roots of Racism University of Washington: Prejudice affects 90 to 95 percent of people University of Michigan Health System: Your Child & Television The Media Awareness Network: Kids & Racial Stereotypes The Second Mind (Blink)
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