Jerry Kang: Immaculate perception? TEDxSanDiego 2013

Jerry Kang: Immaculate perception?   TEDxSanDiego 2013
2013-12-14 11:46:02
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Jerry Kang: Immaculate perception?

Jerry Kang is a Professor of Law and Asian American Studies at UCLA. His work examines the legal implications of socio-cognitive implicit bias, or unintentional racism. Our ability to judge whether we are racist may not even be obvious to us if we look deeply at ourselves. Kang disseminates the work of other cognitive neuroscientists who study implicit bias and stereotype threat, and he extrapolates the implications of this work in a legal setting. He has received the highest honor for his teaching at UCLA, the University Distinguished Teaching Award in 2010.

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  • Description: photo attribution: sean dreilinger http://durak.org Jerry Kang: Immaculate perception? Jerry Kang is a Professor of Law and Asian American Studies at UCLA. His work examines the legal implications of socio-cognitive implicit bias, or unintentional racism. Our ability to judge whether we are racist may not even be obvious to us if we look deeply at ourselves. Kang disseminates the work of other cognitive neuroscientists who study implicit bias and stereotype threat, and he extrapolates the implications of this work in a legal setting. He has received the highest honor for his teaching at UCLA, the University Distinguished Teaching Award in 2010. http://jerrykang.net/ http://jerrykang.net/2011/03/13/getting-up-to-speed-on-implicit-bias/ https://www.law.ucla.edu/faculty/all-faculty-profiles/professors/Pages/jerry-kang.aspx
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