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Implicit Bias: Home

What Is "Implicit Bias"

"Implicit biases are discriminatory biases based on implicit attitudes or implicit stereotypes. Implicit biases are especially intriguing, and also especially problematic, because they can produce behavior that diverges from a person's avowed or endorsed beliefs or principles."

Greenwald, Anthony G., and Linda Hamilton Krieger. "Implicit Bias: Scientific Foundations." California Law Review 94, no. 4 (2006): 945-67. doi:10.2307/20439056.

Implicit Bias Week 2017 at UD

Internet Resources about Implicit Bias

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Keywords for Finding More Information on Implicit Bias

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"implicit bias"

"implicit association"

"implicit gender bias"

"implicit prejudices"

"implicit racial bias"

"cognitive bias"

"unconscious bias"

"Implicit Association Test" or IAT


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