Episode: Are we all prone to inherent bias?


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Are we all prone to inherent bias?
This week’s show focuses on the stereotypes and biases that come from our life experiences and our interactions with others. Dr. Chad Forbes, an Associate Professor of Social Neuroscience in the department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware, discusses how these biases evolve and how people can find ways to justify inherent bias in their minds.

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