The Cognitive Science of Racial Bias with Mahzarin Banaji

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Banaji: The Cognitive Science of Racial Bias
January 20, 2022
4:00PM - 5:30PM
Location
Zoom

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Add to Calendar 2022-01-20 16:00:00 2022-01-20 17:30:00 The Cognitive Science of Racial Bias with Mahzarin Banaji Series Keynote Speaker Topic: The Cognitive Science of Racial Bias - Dr. Mahzarin Banaji When: January 20, 2022, 4:00 PM Eastern Time Title: "The mental representation of race in America: A new science compels a new reckoning" Abstract: A concept as complex as that of “race” in the American context must be understood at multiple levels from the literary to the biological. The work I will present is a view from experimental psychology, with a focus on the mental representation of race and ethnicity. Using studies of attention and perception, explicit and implicit attitudes/stereotypes, embeddings in language both historical and today, we will examine the inconsistency between stated values and mental representations and actions. With this evidence in hand, we can ask how such evidence should compel a new reckoning about the meaning of a good society.  Register: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9tDSYn8SQr-bOJdwl140eg After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.   This event will feature a 60 minute presentation followed by an audience Q&A session with Dr. Banaji.  This event is intended for individuals currently working or conducting research in the Cognitive Sciences or those who have an interest in racial bias and implicit bias. Email CCBS@osu.edu with any questions. Zoom Department of Psychology ASC-psychmainoffice@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Series Keynote Speaker

Topic: The Cognitive Science of Racial Bias - Dr. Mahzarin Banaji

When: January 20, 2022, 4:00 PM Eastern Time

Title: "The mental representation of race in America: A new science compels a new reckoning"

Abstract: A concept as complex as that of “race” in the American context must be understood at multiple levels from the literary to the biological. The work I will present is a view from experimental psychology, with a focus on the mental representation of race and ethnicity. Using studies of attention and perception, explicit and implicit attitudes/stereotypes, embeddings in language both historical and today, we will examine the inconsistency between stated values and mental representations and actions. With this evidence in hand, we can ask how such evidence should compel a new reckoning about the meaning of a good society. 

Register: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9tDSYn8SQr-bOJdwl140eg

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

This event will feature a 60 minute presentation followed by an audience Q&A session with Dr. Banaji. 

This event is intended for individuals currently working or conducting research in the Cognitive Sciences or those who have an interest in racial bias and implicit bias. Email CCBS@osu.edu with any questions.