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Inducing the Use of Racial Labels: The Impact of Defying Colourblind Norms on Explicit Prejudice
In society today, there exist strong norms against outwardly expressing prejudice and mentioning group differences such as race is often discouraged. Though people who act according to these colourblind norms appear to ...
Pro-Black, Pro-White, or Proactive: Examining Predictors of Implicit Racial Bias in Black Participants
The majority of research examining implicit racial bias has focused on the biases held by White participants (Jost, Banaji, & Nosek, 2004). By contrast, the implicit racial bias of minority group members has been largely ...