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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 ...
Stereotype Threat in Criminal Interrogations: Why Innocent Black Suspects are at Risk for Confessing Falsely
(American Psychological Association, 2011-11)
Little theoretical attention has been paid to evidence that Blacks are overrepresented in samples of false confessors compared to Whites. One possible explanation is that innocent Black suspects experience stereotype threat ...