Racial bias in sport medical staff’s perceptions of others’ pain

@article{Druckman2018RacialBI,
  title={Racial bias in sport medical staff’s perceptions of others’ pain},
  author={James N. Druckman and Sophie Trawalter and Ivonne Montes and Alexandria Fredendall and Noah Kanter and Allison Paige Rubenstein},
  journal={The Journal of Social Psychology},
  year={2018},
  volume={158},
  pages={721 - 729}
}
  • James N. Druckman, Sophie Trawalter, +3 authors Allison Paige Rubenstein
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology, Medicine, Political Science
  • The Journal of Social Psychology
  • ABSTRACT Unequal treatment based on race is well documented in higher education and healthcare settings. In the present work, we examine racial bias at the intersection of these domains: racial bias in pain-related perceptions among National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 sport medical staff. Using experimental vignettes about a student-athlete who injured his/her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), we find, like prior work, that respondents perceived Black (vs. White) targets… CONTINUE READING

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