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[Don’t forget that there’s a page 2 below, which includes the final video “Lesson 6: Countermeasures.”]

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Preface: Biases and Heuristics

This introductory video describes how biases and heuristics can influence our decision-making and behavior without us even knowing it.

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Lesson 1: Schemas

Lesson 1 explores the concept of schemas, mental shortcuts that help us navigate our world.

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Lesson 2: Attitudes and Stereotypes

Lesson 2 discusses two categories of automatic associations: attitudes and stereotypes.

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Lesson 3: Real World Consequences

Lesson 3 explores the ways in which implicit biases can influence real world behavior.

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Lesson 4: Explicit v. Implicit Bias

Lesson 4 examines the differences between implicit and explicit bias.

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Lesson 5: The IAT

Lesson 5 discusses the Implicit Association Test ("IAT"), a popular tool for measuring implicit bias.

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Lesson 6: Countermeasures

Lesson 6 explores three strategies for countering implicit bias: (1) mindset; (2) debiasing; (3) decoupling.