Implicit Biases and the Unconscious: Liberal Biases, Racial Prejudice, and Politics

Implicit Biases and the Unconscious: Liberal Biases, Racial Prejudice, and Politics

by Robert Mather


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Why do we stereotype people? How do we correct our biases? Do we have free will? Social automaticity is our unconscious thinking about other people. Implicit Biases and the Unconscious discusses the basics of social psychology, stereotypes, discrimination, bias correction, and persuasion. The most current social psychology research is framed around the examples of liberal biases in psychology, racial prejudice, and politics. In a rare psychology book written from the perspective of a Christian conservative, all audiences will find the information to be a fascinating journey through groundbreaking experiments and concepts in the behavioral sciences. A thought provoking read for psychology novices, field experts, and any individual interested in learning how our social mind works and how to take control of it.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781666246490
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 02/06/2021
Pages: 140
Sales rank: 456,930
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

Robert D. Mather is an award-winning professor, higher education administrator, and management consultant of over two decades. He conducts research in social psychology, forensic science, and human factors of visual perception. He has authored four books and numerous articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. He served as CEO and Editor of the Journal of Scientific Psychology and writes a blog for a national audience at Psychology Today as The Conservative Social Psychologist.
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