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Unmasking Bias

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Images of faces from the IAT test.

"The first experience with an IAT may be likened to the experience of peering at a familiar object through an electron microscope for the first time. The IAT provides a new view, but what it reveals seems so discrepant from the original that the first reaction is to disbelieve the data it presents." - Mahzarin R. Banaji

Credit: Co-Developers of implicit.harvard.edu


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