Brought to prominence twenty years ago by a controversial test, the concept is now essential to our understanding of racism
In the ranking of taboos, racism and sexism come close to the top of the list. So it is perhaps unsurprising that the concept of unconscious or implicit bias has gripped the popular imagination to a greater degree than any other idea in psychology in recent decades.
Spearheaded by a team of social psychologists at the University of Washington and Yale, the Implicit...
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