Implicit Bias Talks
I’ve given many talks on implicit bias and stereotype threat to audiences outside of the academy, especially to law firms. I take on projects case-by-case, depending on my availability. Since I’ve just been appointed to be a Vice Chancellor (starting July 2015), I am much less available.
In choosing my projects, I take into account travel convenience, audience, and the amount of time available for serious intellectual engagement. (If you don’t have at least an hour to learn about the subject, it isn’t worth my time or yours.) Due to limited time, I charge non-trivial speaking fees. I also provide many pro bono or reduced fee talks, especially to government institutions.
If you’re still interested, feel free to contact me for more information. Please note that given the constant stream of speaking requests, I have to decline most invitations.
Here is some multimedia that is publicly available:
- TEDx San Diego Talk (Dec 2013): “Immaculate Perception?” (13 minutes)
- Every/One’s Views (UCLA 2015): What No One Sees (30 minutes)
- LCLD Keynote Clips (Sept. 2012)
- Academic Talks
- Edwards Lecture: Arc of Equality (Feb 2015)
- Straus Institute Lecture (February 2014): The Grand Challenges of Implicit Social Cognition and the Law
- Meador Lecture (April 2014): The Grand Challenges of Implicit Social Cognition and the Law: Reconsidering Intent and Impact (audio only)
updated 2015 04 30 | Thu 04:01 PM