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Study: Face, race bias turns toys into weapons


Racism in the Kindergarten Classroom


Faces of Black Children as Young as Five Evoke Negative Biases

People are more likely to misidentify a toy as a weapon after seeing a Black face than a White face, even when the face belongs to a five-year-old boy. ... More>


Response Times Do Not Imply Accurate Unconscious Lie Detection

In a new commentary, researchers examine the classification accuracy of previously published data and find no evidence for accurate unconscious lie detection. ... More>


New Research in Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring links between subliminal cues and goal-directed cognitive control and how kindergarteners learn to read Chinese characters. ... More>