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Entry from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Research on “implicit bias” suggests that people can act on the basis of prejudice and stereotypes without intending to do so.No one likes to feel like they are being tricked or manipulated or that we aren't aware of the biases we have, but it happens to all of us.
Use the tools in this guide to help you better manage your own confirmation and implicit bias.