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In contrast, participants who identified as multiracial showed no evidence of bias against interracial couples on either measure. But as a psychologist who studies racial attitudes , I suspected that attitudes toward interracial couples may not be as positive as they seem. Help combat alt-facts and fake news and donate to independent journalism. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. A sign of an attachment crisis — York, York.
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Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Psychologists typically differentiate between explicit biases — which are controlled and deliberate — and implicit biases, which are automatically activated and tend to be difficult to control. But could more biases lurk beneath the survey data. Events Christiana Herringham. According to polling data , only a small percentage of people in the U. Our results, however, showed no evidence of this.
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But someone who reflexively thinks that interracial couples would be less responsible tenants or more likely to default on a loan would be showing evidence of implicit bias. Follow us on social media. In general, participants who reported more exposure to interracial couples in their local community reported no less bias than those who reported very little exposure to interracial couples. In contrast, participants who identified as multiracial showed no evidence of bias against interracial couples on either measure. Note that multiracial participants actually show a bias in favor of interracial couples.
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