Heard the term “implicit bias” but not totally sure what it means? Interested in reading the seminal studies? Just like TedTalks? Animated videos? This is the place for you…
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➡ new Implicit Bias Video Series
[These videos are intended for public use, but we would like to track how they travel. If you, or your school, organization, company, or club happen to use a video for instructional purposes, please let us know at WeListen@equity.ucla.edu. We’re going to keep a public list. And comments are always welcome!]
- Preface: Biases and Heuristics (5:14)
- Lesson 1: Schemas (3:12)
- Lesson 2: Attitudes and Stereotypes (4:13)
- Lesson 3: Real World Consequences (3:45)
- Lesson 4: Explicit v. Implicit Bias (2:49)
- Lesson 5: The IAT (5:14)
- Lesson 6: Countermeasures (5:23)
Immaculate Perception: Vice Chancellor Kang at TedxSanDiego 2013
Every/One’s View: What No One Sees: Implicit Bias
Hidden Injustice: Bias on the Bench
Guides & Reports
- new UCLA Faculty Hiring Guide: Searching for Excellence
- The Science of Equality, Vol. 1: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat in Education and Health Care (Perception Institute 2014)
- The Science of Equality, Vol. 2: The Effects of Gender Roles, Implicit Bias, and Stereotype Threat on the Lives of Women and Girls (Perception Institute 2016)
Real World Consequences
- Bertrand, M. & Mullainathan, S., “Are Emily and Greg more employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A field experiment on labor market discrimination,” Am. Econ. Rev. 94(4) (2003).
- Hugenberg, K. & Bodenhausen, G., “FACING PREJUDICE: Implicit Prejudice and the Perception of Facial Threat,” Psych. Sci. 14(6) (2003).
- Milkman, K., et al., “What Happens Before? A Field Experiment Exploring How Pay and Representation Differentially Shape Bias on the Pathway into Organizations,” J. Applied Psych.(2015).
- McConnell, A. & Leibold, J., “Relations among the Implicit Association Test, Discriminatory Behavior, and Explicit Measures of Racial Attitudes,” J. Exp. Soc. Psych. 37 (2001).
- Reeves, A., et al., “Written in Black and White,” (2014).
- Rooth, D., “Implicit Discrimination in Hiring: Real World Evidence,” (2007).
- Rudman, L. & Glick, P., “Prescriptive Gender Stereotypes and Backlash Toward Agentic Women,” J. Soc. Sci. 57(4) (2002).
- Steinpreis, R., et al., “The Impact of Gender on the Review of the Curricula Vitae of Job Applicants and Tenure Candidates: A National Empirical Study,” Sex Roles 41(7/8) (1999).
- Unkelbach, C., et al., “The Turban Effect: The Influence of Muslim Headgear and Induced Affect on Aggressive Responses in the Shooter Bias Paradigm,” J. Exp. Soc. Psych. 44(5) (2008).
- Capers, Q., Clinchot, D., McDougle, L., & Greenwald, A.G., “Implicit racial bias in medical school admissions,” Acad. Med. (2016).
- Dasgupta, N. & Asgari, S., “Seeing is Believing: Exposure to Counterstereotypic Women Leaders and its Effect on the Malleability of Automatic Gender Stereotyping,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40.5 (2004).
- Goldin, C. & Rouse, C., “Orchestrating Impartiality: The Impact of “Blind” Auditions on Female Musicians,” The Am. Econ. Rev. 90(4) (2000).
- Parsons, C., et al., “Strike Three: Discrimination, Incentives, and Evaluation.” Am. Econ. Rev. 101(4) (2011).
- Price, J. & Wolfers, J., “Racial Discrimination Among NBA Referees,” Quarter J. Econ. (2010).
- Pope, D., et al., “Awareness Reduces Racial Bias,” NBER Working Paper No. 19765 (2013).
- Greenwald, AG., et al., “Statistically small effects of the Implicit Association Test can have societally large effects,” J. Pers. & Soc. Psych. 108(4) (2015).
- Oswald, Frederick L., et al., “Predicting ethnic and racial discrimination: A meta-analysis of IAT criterion studies,” J. Pers. & Soc. Psych. 105(2) (2013).
- Greenwald, AG., et al., “Understanding and using the Implicit Association Test: III. Meta-analysis of predictive validity,” J. Pers. & Soc. Psych. 97(1) (2009) [non-technical summary]