Did you know that you might have discriminatory beliefs without you even knowing?! Learn more about such invisible, unconscious beliefs (cognitive biases), their impact, and exercises to demonstrate the result, impact (and more) in this episode of the Growth Philosophy podcast.
What you will learn:
What are cognitive biases
How you might be biased without knowing
My personal experience of discrimination/racism
What 95% of people said when they were asked to imagine a typical drug user (research)
What thinking well is (not) about
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Topics: Cognitive bias, Unconscious bias, Psychology, Racism, Sexism, Ageism, Prejudice, Equality, Diversity, Thinking better, How to think better, Subconscious, Critical thinking, Antiracism, Antiracist, Discrimination, Colorism, Fairness, Fair treatment, Human rights, Humanism, Kindness, Compassion, Empathy, Mindset, Growth mindset, Self awareness, Tough questions, Common sense, Examine your thoughts, All lives matter
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