Press & Media

How do we rid ourselves of stereotypes? 

Hope College Blog Network (April, 2021)

The science behind effective diversity training

Dialogue Review (March, 2021)

How to Unlearn Racism

Scientific American (October, 2020)

Is it possible to rid police officers of bias? 

BBC (August, 2020)

Across the U.S., families are having tough talks about racism

Los Angeles Times (June, 2020)

Breaking bias

College of Letters & Science

Mental health groups unite on addressing social injustice, civil unrest

Mental Health Weekly (June, 2020)

How to talk to friends and family about race, According to psychologists

Women’sHealth (June, 2020)

Implicit bias training for police officers is a big business

Marketplace Morning Report (June, 2020)

Why Amy Cooper’s Use of ‘African-American’ Stung

New York Times (May, 2020)

Confronting implicit bias in the New York police department

New York Times (July, 2018)

Starbucks closed more than 8,000 stores for an afternoon of bias training: Will it work?

PBS (May, 2018)

Empowering people to break the prejudice habit

College of Letters & Science (May, 2018) 

Despite good intentions, anti-bias training can actually backfire

WPR (May, 2018) 

How to recognize and overcome your biases

WPUR (March, 2018)

UW-Madison lab uses scientifically proven method for overcoming unconscious bias

Insight into Diversity (October, 2017) 

The culture inside

NPR (June, 2017) 

Can fake names tease out NIH reviewer bias? 

Science (June, 2017) 

Is this how discrimination ends?

The Atlantic (May, 2017) 

Retraining the biased brain

American Psychological Association (October, 2011)