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    • Diversity and Implicit Race Bias in the United States 

      Rae, James
      The world is becoming more ethnically diverse. Research from psychology and other disciplines, primarily examining explicit attitudes among majority-group members, has suggested that greater diversity may be associated ...
    • From Kids to Counties: New Directions in Implicit Social Cognition 

      Rae, James
      Due to the limitations of self-report measures, psychologists have developed alternative measurement instruments – often called “implicit” measures - that do not rely on reports from participants. Using the most widely ...