Are we creating health management systems that are responsive to differences, or ones that spit back content riddled with historical bias and discrimination?
A new study suggests two in three animal studies don't report taking even the most basic precautions against biased results, making many of the results unreliable.
We’ve long known that student evaluations of teaching are biased, but what are students really saying when they evaluate their professors in gendered ways?
New research suggests bias also can be found within racial categories.
New research finds a compelling narrative can help us sidestep stereotypes.
New research finds we retain our unwarranted faith in our capacity to be objective, even in the face of obvious evidence to the contrary.
New research from Germany suggests love for people we think of as members of our group precedes hatred for those we perceive as outsiders. This may present a teaching opportunity.
An Austrian researcher finds a link between playing violent video games and increased ethnocentrism, at least among young men.
The mythbusters of academe take on soft science from the United States, and find a propensity toward aggrandizement.