Equity on Autopilot: Skin Tone and the Implicit Operation of Egalitarian Goals

Mann, Thomas C.

Research on racial phenotypicality bias (Maddox, 2004) has shown that within-race variation in facial physiognomy moderates stereotype activation and use; more prototypical category members elicit greater stereotyping. In contrast to between-race bias, within-race bias based on features has proven especially difficult to consciously control. The present experiment applied research on implicit mo... read more

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