This spring issue of Responsive Philanthropy looks at the how implicit bias is often reflected in the philanthropic sector.
powell provides an overview of what implicit bias is, how it exists within philanthropy and how we can work together to overcome it.
The study brings new valuable insights to the existing discussion on cigarettes warnings by integrating traditional survey methods with implicit measures - Reaction Time - which allows to explore consumers' impulsive and automatic attitudes, provided by NEUROHM.
By combining traditional research methods with implicit Reaction Time the study came with two findings which showed that using implicit measures strengthens the result of traditional research.
The two components of full economic cost alluded to in most opportunity cost discussions-direct cost, and indirect cost of a forgone opportunity-happen to already be well represented by other existing textbook terms, explicit and implicit
11) We argue that one consequence of gender stereotyping within criminal justice processing and supervision is the divergent effect on women's (but not men's) criminal identity--one identity that is relatively explicit and thus governed by women's self-presentation motivations, and one identity that is relatively implicit
and thus operates at a basic cognitive level absent of motivations.
scientists have imagined wrongly that the source of implicit
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have been tracking the traces of implicit
and explicit memories of fear in human.
Research on implicit
bias, conducted primarily by sociologists and social psychologists, finds that racism persists in the United States because people discriminate due to nonconscious stereotypes regarding persons of color.
Decades of psychological research has demonstrated that the most insidious form of racial bias is actually implicit
and subconscious, however.
In conducting a study on implicit
forgiveness of self and others, it is important to select a measure that can be used to target these constructs.
The Reversion Effect explains the physical and mental phenomenon of choking under pressure by examining the Explicit Monitoring Theory in relation to explicit and implicit
skill functioning and strategies for a successful performance.
In cases where a woman outperformed her male partner in social or intellectual tasks, men registered a dip in their implicit
confluence of factors ripe for the influence of implicit
Beattie (psychology, UC Santa Barbara, visiting) argues that implicit
biases concerning race are far more prevalent than among avowed racists.