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Rutgers Reads 2021-2022: Biased by Jennifer Eberhardt

Resources for Biased by Jennifer Eberhardfirst-year required reading at Rutgers University-Camden

Book Trailer

What is Implicit Bias?

Jennifer Eberhardt  defines implicit bias as “the beliefs and the feelings we have about social groups that can influence our decision making and our actions, even when we’re not aware of it.”

Test your own implicit bias.

Author Talks and Interviews

Selected Scholarly Journal Articles

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