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The Black-White Malleability Gap in Implicit Racial Evaluations: A Nationally Representative Study
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2015-05)
This study replicates and extends the experimental design originated by Dasgupta and Greenwald (2001), who found a decrease in implicit pro-White biases after exposure to pictures of admired Black individuals. A nationally ...