Americans who live in states with higher rates of infectious diseases are more likely to hold racist views.
New research finds the stereotype of a racist cop decreases officers' sense of moral authority, which may make them more likely to resort to coercive tactics.
New research finds that white Americans are more likely to hold unconscious biases against black Americans if their home region was once heavily dependent on slavery.
"By not fully recognizing leadership potential in female candidates, organizations are inhibiting the prospects of half of their talent."
Algorithmic prejudices can create inequalities. But in doing so, they might help lawyers pinpoint discrimination where they could not in the past.
New research finds implicit racism can lead to anxiety among instructors, leading to poorer lessons and lower test scores.
Data about bias may tell us more than we thought about inequality, violence, and the need to embrace humanity, writes Vishnu Sridharan, co-author of "Umbrellas Don’t Make It Rain," a recent report on race and economic achievement.
New research on implicit bias offers some valuable insights on how it operates in negotiation settings—but also highlights the complicated ways it resists intervention.