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Are Americans Becoming Less Biased?: An Explorable Map
New research suggests that Americans are showing a reduction in some implicit biases. Explore OHM’s interactive maps to see how implicit age, race, and sexuality biases have changed from 2007 to 2016 across the U.S.
Should You Trust Your Vision?: An Interactive Demo
This demo, based on experiments by Professors Dan Levin and Mahzarin Banaji, lets you test a powerful illusion for yourself. Try it for yourself.
Even when judges are race-fair, Afrocentric features bias...
An analysis of over 200 cases in Florida found that judges showed no racial bias in their sentencing decisions. Yet, the same analysis revealed that race was still influencing their decisions.
Traditional “diversity training” is out. Now what?
Data collected between 1970-2002 suggest that traditional mandatory trainings don’t work, and can even backfire. How do we create education that works?
Can women be biased against other women?
The science suggests that we evaluate men’s and women’s work differently… regardless of our own gender. Why? And what can we do about it?