Seeing through Colorblindness published

by jerrykang on January 5, 2011

2010 was a busy year in terms of getting some papers out on implicit bias and the law.

Seeing through Colorblindness: Implicit Bias and the Law (co-authored with psychologist Kristin Lane) was just published in the UCLA Law Review.   Here’s a table of contents:

If want to learn more about” behavioral realism,” here’s a great place to understand what that school of thought is all about.

Also, if you’re curious about what law is supposed to do about all this evidence of implicit bias, here’s a cryptic chart to suggest four different quadrants of analysis.

To figure out what this means, [link id=’1653′ text=’download’] the paper.

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