In Part 2, we explore the story of a small group of scientists, the test they developed to reveal implicit process of the mind, and how they harnessed the birth of the internet to share it with the world.
“We provide the first report of long-term change in both implicit and explicit attitudes — measured from the same individual — towards multiple social groups,” Charlesworth said … “implicit attitudes appear, in fact, to be capable of long-term durable change.” From Stephen Johnson’s Big Think article “Americans have become less biased — explicitly and implicitly — since 2004“
The Implicit Revolution Part 2 was created and developed by Mahzarin Banaji and Olivia Kang with funding from PwC and Harvard University.
Narration by Olivia Kang, featuring Professor Mahzarin Banaji (Harvard University) and Brian Nosek (University of Virginia)
Sound Editing & Mixing by Evan Younger
Clip from Star Trek episode “Mirror, Mirror” (airdate 6 Oct 1967) copyright CBS
Music by Miracles of Modern Science
Artwork by Olivia Kang
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