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YEAR ] IMPLICIT BIAS : SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS 1 Implicit Bias : Scientific Foundations

@inproceedings{Greenwald2006YEARI,
  title={YEAR ] IMPLICIT BIAS : SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATIONS 1 Implicit Bias : Scientific Foundations},
  author={Anthony G Greenwald and Linda Hamilton Krieger},
  year={2006}
}
The assumption that human behavior is largely under conscious control has taken a theoretical battering in recent years. Although this assault in some ways resembles the previous century’s Freudian revolution, there are important differences between the two. Freud’s views of unconscious mechanisms were embedded in a theory that never achieved conclusive support among scientists, despite many empirical theory-testing efforts in the middle third of the twentieth century.3 Consequently, most… 

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