Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:24:57] That's so funny because that was happening to me when I moved to that neighborhood when I was 12. Some of Willer’s colleagues in GSB have also studied what makes social movements successful. You know somebody who is interested in bias, brain science, race, ethnicity, diversity, share this episode with them. I'm just telling him what he had. [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? 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. A lab in the Psychology Department at Stanford has created a set of free toolkits to help people resolve complicated issues, including resources to help people deal with disagreements. So they've done research with fourth and fifth graders that when do you encourage these kids to value diversity, they can spot blatant instances of discrimination. Jennifer Eberhardt is a scientist, a social psychologist who studies how we interact with one another. And they were standing in the living room of the house. I thought, "All right," so I looked at my son, I'm like, "You're going to get the talk." So thereby magically — but it's funny because we never really argue that with other things. That's right. Jennifer Eberhardt Professor Eberhardt's primary research interests include stereotyping, prejudice, and stigma. It seems weird because America is so diverse. Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:46:35] Right. But tell me about how bias affects real estate and homes. But the problem with it is that you're dealing with bias by being blinded to the person's identity. In general, her work divides into two broad programs of study: Stanford University’s Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt, author of "Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do," has worked extensively with … Your support of our advertisers keeps us going. Yeah, your knowledge of bias doesn't make you immune to it. She's a professor in the department of psychology at Stanford University. So it's almost as sort of seeing the same stimulus, even though it's not because it's being categorized as black and you're sort of thinking about the face as black and you're getting another one and another one and another one, basically. The Website is based in the United States. I was there to try to help the police department with their reform efforts. And the dog owner was told to take either three steps back or to take three steps forward. And yet here we are like not able to tell our Asian neighbors apart or not able to tell our white friends apart in our neighborhood that we go to school with for the first three weeks or however long it takes to sort of acclimate. But sometimes people have to make split-second decisions and that's why their work is relevant. You know, it's funny, I think that's true in one way, in other ways, it isn't. So even though the sister had blonde hair, she had the same forehead as my friend. If you're watching as a kid and you're learning who is nice and who is good and who to approach and so forth based on how you're treated by others, the bias of others. So the requirements are different. And this was the case, even for people who needed these companies, who said they cared about diversity and inclusion, there was a difference there. Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:52:39] You see a black face, you're seeing it as angrier for longer. So it would be great if we had those, right. I just wasn't really focused on those kinds of features to figure out who was who. Stanford social psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt. Any court in San Jose, California may enforce the arbitrator’s award. And so that's one study where you could see how that's contagious. They were sisters, but my friend, she looked African-American, but the sister looked white actually, but it was interesting because they had some of the same features. GOVERNING LAW. Some of it's not so humanely raised, which is kind of gross as well. Jordan Harbinger: [01:12:23] it's such a weird thing to happen during the live show. And he looked at me with this really sad face and he said, "I don't know why I said that. Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:39:35] He was not African-American. It also seems to confuse the way that we interpret emotion. That's where I got the question, right? 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. NO LICENSE. Oh, and I'm also painting this one person or treating this one person negatively. You know, it's sort of pushing officers to answer that question before they make the stop. They were directed to push a “shoot” button if they saw a gun, and a … The book is called Biased. “For many agencies, this will require a change in mindset: it requires seeing themselves not only as crime-fighting institutions but also as institutions of learning.”. So I'm like, "Does he think I look more like him or does he think his mom does? 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. I got my Bishop short-sleeve, my Strato Tech polo coming. I mean, and you could imagine what kind of harm that does. Like, maybe there is some resemblance there between this man and my husband that I'm just missing. And so I get a lot of those calls. And already they could pick up on what was not just what was happening, but they made an assessment about it. THIS IS A BINDING AGREEMENT. Jordan Harbinger: [00:27:49] Ground beef for life! So that's part of the issue with having more systematic evaluations of it. UNITED STATES Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:20:30] Well, you know, it seems like race wouldn't be important, right? Researchers find that feeling powerless can lead people to support systems that disadvantage them. People think their own group is just so rich and diverse, but not other groups so much. By using the Website or any services provided in connection with the Website, you agree to abide by these Terms of Use, as they may be amended by Jordan Harbinger, LLC (“Company”) from time to time. And that might sound trivial, but that is massively important when you're trying to reconcile millions or hundreds of millions in sales and HR and inventory and all that stuff. He had on tattered clothing and it just didn't seem right. Jordan Harbinger LLC (the “COMPANY”) welcomes to you (the “WEBSITE” or “SERVICE”) and any other websites operated by the Company. Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:31:28] Actually, this wasn't a study that was conducted by another social psychologist, Michael Zárate and he was interested in — we've been talking a lot about bottom-up effects of the other-race effect. Jordan Harbinger: [01:01:57] Waterboarding is something you do to torture terrorists. So where did he get that? Jordan Harbinger: [00:44:18] Really? So one strong or close relationship of another race or ethnicity can shatter stereotypes across the board, but it can't always. Some of our thoughts, I'm literally seeing, hearing, feeling whatever different things — it's almost like it gets between my eye and the rest of my thinking brain and just messes with the data. Stanford psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt led a team of linguists and computer scientists who examined police body camera footage from one month — April 2014 — of routine traffic stops in the racially diverse city of Oakland There may be portions of the Website that allow for the posting of reviews, comments, photographs or other content (“User-Generated Content”). Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:02:35] Yeah. Can I absorb it by working with other people? My dad invited a lot of guys from work. Jen, tell them how. A social psychologist at Stanford University, Jennifer Eberhardt investigates the consequences of the psychological association between race and crime. But it was just something that clearly, again, you know, as a kid, I looked at the world in a different way. Apparently, it cracked everyone up at the funeral, but you know, little kids do. So it's not just our experience, it's also how we're taught to categorize people when they look people in the same group. AMENDMENTS. So we might see — it causes confusion in perception, the way our brain creates stereotypes. Like if you have three people who are of the same or similar skin tone, and they have kids in that nursery. These important questions are among the subjects of Stanford scholars’ work. And so they are quicker to respond, shoot a black person with a gun than a white person with a gun. Stanford study suggests that the emotions American employers are looking for in job candidates may not match up with emotions valued by jobseekers from some cultural backgrounds – potentially leading to hiring bias. More specifically, research in the MCS lab examines how race, ethnicity, culture, gender, and social class affect perception, And he's a centimeter shorter than you. 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Opt-In To Email Lists or Waiting Lists: 36 months (24 months for Waiting Lists). "He's three and a half pounds heavier. If we have bias and then we constantly look to reinforce that bias, but then we also don't see that bias. Of course. I sent you this article actually. Submitting Questions or using the Contact Form: 5 years. And so once she enters the orchestra, it's clear that she's a woman and how does that change the dynamics. So that data, that shines a bright light on a lot of what's going on. That kind of experience was different for me. Facebook; ... We showed the mugshots of those defendants to a group of people who had no idea what our study … So white people, for example, are really surprised when I say, "Well, I can tell white faces apart." Worksheets for the episode in the show notes, transcripts for the episode in the show notes. Like, look at his height. Your data is collected and held here. “With the rise of the internet,” Soule said, “modern movements can mobilize constituents through their websites and social media. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY / RESTRICTIONS ON USE. They were worried they were barking. Those large-scale protests on everything from climate change to wealth inequality make for engaging news segments. Jordan Harbinger: [01:02:52] Yeah. Remember, we rise by lifting others. What they did was they basically interviewed lots of people on college campuses and these were mostly elite college campuses. Jennifer Eberhardt: [01:06:02] My colleague Benoît Monin does a lot of work on this, this sort of moral credentialing where you've done a good thing in the past. She had the same expression. Please do share the show with those you care about. A lot of us are working from home these days. Jordan Harbinger: [00:14:30] Yeah. Jennifer Eberhardt: [01:12:21] It's funny. 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The first area of research on which Eberhardt presented was the association between Black faces and objects matching stereotypes of Black Americans (e.g., crime-relevant objects and, in a separate study, athletic-related objects). She studies the mechanisms, effects of racial biases in criminal justice. But if we actually see the person as, "He was 6'5" and 280." The Website is intended only for users aged 18 or older. Each box has nine to 11 pounds of meat. Jordan Harbinger: [00:21:26] It also works with children. In turn, this leads people to identify with them less, and ultimately become less supportive, according to a new study by Stanford sociologist Robb Willer. Registered Users can access all publicly available content on the Website, and upon registration for a newsletter/mailing list, product, service or program, may also gain access to exclusive Website content. Jen and I love these socks. Those changes will be reflected in the terms and conditions accompany the sale, and on the Order page. Jennifer Eberhardt: [00:18:06] Yeah, that's really interesting. [00:25:30] This episode is sponsored in part by Vuori Clothing. It seems like now it's probably the rage, the industry of bias training. Jordan Harbinger: [00:50:05] This episode is also sponsored in part by NetSuite. And so he said he would, you know, out undercover and he noticed this man in the distance. Like, what is this for? Or they were treating them really positively. [00:19:29] You know we've done neural imaging studies on this as well. We'll be right back. I do ask some uncomfortable questions during this episode. So the issues can continue and so making people blind to identity doesn't solve everything. They slow down. That's over at [00:05:46] But before I could say anything, my son, he looked up at me. Like that's not really a descriptor anymore. 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