In light of my sharing an absurd (and biased) investigation about sexual harassment at CU, I am sharing this talk on biases.
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It’s an excellent talk and really made me think about my own judgments and biases. It shed light on how our judgements of people and their abilities may not necessarily be based in fact. I am not going to say much more because I think Dr. Correll says it best in her talk.
Below I have included a few links similar to studies she references, and then a few other resources on bias studies.
Links and Resources:
Constructed criteria: redefining merit to justify discriminationThis study looks at job discrimination in stereotypical male or female jobs
Here is a collection of papers on biases complied by Columbia University:Gender, Unconscious Bias and Stereotype Threat
Here is an interesting testimony along the same topic: How I Discovered Gender Discrimination