So I thought for sure, well, this can't just be a biased thing because I can tell black people apart, I can't tell Asian people apart. Let's move them to Palo Alto." That's like 24 individual meals, no antibiotics, no added hormones. I'm Jordan Harbinger. Jen Harbinger: [00:26:13] Head over to vouri.com/jordan for 20 percent off your entire order. That's weird. She would make facial expressions, but no one ever confused them for sisters because they categorize one as white and the other as black. Also, discrimination, finding new places to rear its ugly head. A team of neuroscientists and engineers have developed a system that can show the neural process of decision making in real time, including the mental process of flipping between options before expressing a final choice. Worksheets for the episode in the show notes, transcripts for the episode in the show notes. How do we mitigate bias? 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I sent you this article actually. About Jennifer L. Eberhardt, PhD. Here, we discuss addressing racial disparities and inequities in our neighborhoods, institutions, and criminal justice system and examine how we can alleviate our own role in perpetuating these all-too-tangible consequences of bias. The right to object: Object to how we use your data. Should mediation fail to resolve the dispute, either party may request that the dispute be resolved by confidential, binding arbitration governed by the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”). So their brains probably don't change, even though they're still in the same profession. Skin color, no resemblance. There was no agreed-upon definition of what furtive movement was in a department at that point. Jen and I love these socks. ButcherBox delivers healthy 100% grass-fed and finished beef, free-range organic chicken, and Heritage breed pork directly to your door on a monthly basis. Visitors are those who visit the Website but do not register with us. Racial segregation leads to growing achievement gaps – but it does so entirely through differences in school poverty, according to new research from education Professor Sean Reardon, who is launching a new tool to help educators, parents and policymakers examine education trends by race and poverty level nationwide. And these were like three-year-olds. For us, it's almost interesting because it shows that stereotyping goes beyond just your beliefs and your attitudes about people. Jen Harbinger: [00:49:41] For listeners of our show, you can receive $10 off your first pair of Feetures by going to feetures.com and using our code JORDAN. So the requirements are different. COMPANY’S LIABILITY TO YOU IS LIMITED. If you do not agree to any change to the Terms of Use then you must stop using the Website immediately. And now when someone's like, "Oh, my dog is afraid of black people." It's certainly not the metric that people have in mind when they're pushing for bias training. They've repurposed their visual cortex. Eberhardt's academic study of race began more than two decades ago during graduate school at Harvard, where she initially focused on cognitive psychology, a discipline pertaining to how people acquire, process and store information. And we've seen brain data from — is it London cabbies when they learned the knowledge of all the streets, their brains visibly changed within just a few years. Jordan Harbinger: [00:13:41] That's kind of unbelievable. A social psychologist at Stanford University, Jennifer Eberhardt investigates the consequences of the psychological association between race and crime. Being programmed to temper our curiosity with caution when encountering people, places, and things unlike ourselves in a big and strange and unexplored world may have played a part in ensuring that the legacy of “our” people continued for successive generations. We can't just know we have bias and then magically not be affected by it. It was in court that I learned that this officer had accused us of assault and battery on a police officer because when he reached in to unbuckle my seatbelt to arrest me, I touched his hand with my finger. NEITHER WE NOR ANY OTHER INDEMNIFIED PARTY IS RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY INCOMPATIBILITY BETWEEN THE WEBSITE AND ANY WEBSITE, SERVICE, SOFTWARE OR HARDWARE, OR ANY DELAY OR FAILURE YOU MAY EXPERIENCE WITH ANY TRANSMISSION OR TRANSACTION RELATED TO THE WEBSITE. Because I needed an example. Right? [00:37:27] It's interesting because even though this is the case, you know, this is a pretty low hit rate one percent, right? Your support of our advertisers keeps us going. When they see Chinese faces or African-American faces or what have you, but they don't expect that people do that to them. They recommend those socks there too. Individuals under the age of 18 are strictly prohibited from using the Website and the accounts for any such person shall be terminated upon discovery by the Company. What do they call that? Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:39:35] He was not African-American. It could be daunting to confirm bias in study after study, or see the subtle clockwork of racism evoked in brain scans. [00:00:58] And today on the show, Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt. "Oh, I'm a bacon guy." Jennifer L. Eberhardt teaches psychology at Stanford University and is a recipient of a 2014 MacArthur “genius” grant. And so the sister who is passing was never found out, even though people would meet her sister. Yeah, your knowledge of bias doesn't make you immune to it. Jennifer Eberhardt is a social psychologist at Stanford University and a leading authority on unconscious bias. And it's like the person using your title for you first is not — it's not the Dean, the Regent, your family. And they will gradually change the expression on the face. So it would be great if we had those, right. [00:07:52] You know, I have another son who was in first grade, he asked me — he says, "Mommy, do you think people see black people in a different kind of way?" There may be portions of the Website that allow for the posting of reviews, comments, photographs or other content (“User-Generated Content”). And now for the conclusion of our episode with Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt. I don't know why I was thinking that." The Website is based in the United States. Again, he got that from watching how people react to one another. I guess black people don't wakeboard and camp. Jennifer Eberhardt: [01:07:34] Yeah. And they always wanted people who did something interesting. 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And when we looked at why there was that much support, what we found that the more people were sort of reminded of racial disparities in the criminal justice system. There's a video of this interview on our YouTube channel at jordanharbinger.com/youtube. It seems like a lot of this is survival mechanisms gone wrong, right? He worked at Ford. Yeah. All amendments to the Terms shall be forward-looking. We'll link to it in the show notes for people that want to check it out. NO WARRANTIES. They knew that if they went there, they wouldn't be able to ID them. Company imposes certain restrictions on your permissible use of the Site and the Service. The vast majority of it actually is not run by scientists. That course is rife with the expertise of those you've heard here. So I feel like people are focused on bias and issues of race and inequality and all of that. I think now, in fact, about 25 percent of the musicians who are in these big orchestras are women. It can still affect the things that those people are connected to or the homes that they're connected to. It is a comprehensive view of cognitive bias with a distinct focus. We may also alter these terms and conditions from time to time, and thereby your use of the Website (or any part of it), following such change shall be deemed to be your acceptance of such change. That's V-U-O-R-I-clothing.com/jordan. For example, for officers to use more extreme force against black people. So it could, in some way, actually lead to a problem, especially if you're only doing this bias training in isolation, and then not even looking at how that training actually really changes outcomes, the outcomes that you care about. So they're seeing the outside of the home. And so they are quicker to respond, shoot a black person with a gun than a white person with a gun. Eberhardt turned next to a 2007 study by researchers led by Joshua Correll. 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Research shows why understanding the source of discrimination matters. Jordan Harbinger: [01:14:21] If you want to hear more from Eric Schmidt and learn what role AI will take in our lives and how ideas are fostered inside a corporate beast like Google check out episode 201 of The Jordan Harbinger Show. You consent to receive communications from us electronically. Or they're afraid of strangers. Jordan Harbinger: [01:07:28] Maybe you start credentialing people who are doing bias training and make sure it passes the sniff test. And we found that when you just look at black and white people who were stopped for furtive movement, 88 percent of them were African-Americans and 12 percent were white. And we find that they evaluate the house more negatively when there's a black family standing in it. He had been profiling himself that entire time. She's decked out head to toe. 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