Stacey Sinclair, Associate Professor of Psychology and African American Studies

Thursday, November 15, 2012

8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET

This free webinar allowed participants to share typed questions with the professor during the interactive Q & A.

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Background:

The notion that men are created equal is central to the American ideal. Though Americans' reports of their ethnic prejudices increasingly reflect this notion, recent research suggests that a more subtle form of prejudice, measured via millisecond differences in response to images, still pervades society. This talk will introduced research documenting this more subtle form of prejudice and its implications.

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