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Study Finds Overlap in Race-Gender Stereotypes

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(Psych Central News) An unfortunate human characteristic is our penchant for adopting thoughts or beliefs about specific types of individuals or certain ways of doing things that may not reflect reality. Some of the most egregious perceptions involve racial and gender stereotypes that result in profound consequences from job interviews and housing, to police stops and prison terms. [...]

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