With a history of abuse in American medicine, Black patients struggle for equal access. Are They Mad at Me…or Are They Just Blunt? It’s normal for people to have different communication styles, but working with someone who lacks warmth or tends to be blunt can spark feelings of anxiety.
Instead of spending time and energy worrying about what a colleague’s abrupt... The Right Way to Give Negative Feedback to Your Manager. Giving negative feedback, especially to someone with more power than you, takes a lot of courage.
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After all, if none of the researchers building facial recognition systems are people of color, ensuring that non-white faces are properly distinguished may be a far lower priority. The problem is that human resume screening is itself inherently biased. Discrimination is so prevalent that minorities often actively whiten resumes (and are subsequently more successful in the job market). How an Algorithm Blocked Kidney Transplants to Black Patients.
Algorithms Are Making Economic Inequality Worse. Executive Summary There is a code ceiling that prevents career advancement — irrespective of gender or race — because, in an AI-powered organization, junior employees and freelancers rarely interact with other human co-workers.
Instead, they are managed by algorithms. As a result, a global, low-paid, algorithmic workforce is emerging. Why Learning to Label Your Feelings Makes You a Better Leader. New psychology study suggests intellectual humility has important sociopolitical consequences. A new study provides evidence that intellectual humility is related to how people perceive their political opponents.
The research, published in the Journal of Personality, indicates that Americans who are humble about their level of knowledge are less likely to view people who disagree with them as morally or intellectually inferior. “Social media and news media have made it clear that so much of American politics is personal and vitriolic. Many people seem to assume that those on the other side are unintelligent and morally corrupt,” said study author Matthew L. Stanley, a PhD candidate at Duke University. “It seems particularly important to understand why people assume that the other side is unintelligent and morally corrupt, especially since these assumptions stifle fact-based and open discussion over issues that actually matter. South Puget Sound Community College. This information is intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work.
If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, start now. Feel free to share this information on social media and with your friends, family, and colleagues. Resources for white parents to raise anti-racist children Books Podcasts Articles Articles to read. John Biewen: The lie that invented racism. (PDF) Varieties of Scientific Racism (in Psychology) Helen M. Farrell: What is depression? The Four Horsemen: Criticism, Contempt, Defensiveness, and Stonewalling. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is a metaphor depicting the end of times in the New Testament.
They describe conquest, war, hunger, and death respectively. We use this metaphor to describe communication styles that, according to our research, can predict the end of a relationship. Meet the psychologist exploring unconscious bias—and its tragic consequences for society. When Jennifer Eberhardt appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in April 2019, she had a hard time keeping a straight face.
But some of the laughs were painful. Discussing unconscious racial bias, which she has studied for years, the Stanford University psychologist mentioned the “other-race effect,” in which people have trouble recognizing faces of other racial groups. Criminals have learned to exploit the effect, she told Noah. In Oakland, California, a gang of black teenagers caused a mini–crime wave of purse snatchings among middle-aged women in Chinatown. When police asked the teens why they targeted that neighborhood, they said the Asian women, when faced with a lineup, “couldn’t tell the brothers apart.”
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But I wanted to dig deeper into the model to determine whether it truly has sufficient validity to still be considered useful in today’s business environment. In particular, I was interested in understanding why there are so many different images of the hierarchy that have proliferated in textbooks and on websites. What image did Maslow use originally? A short, violent history of Puget Sound uprisings, protests and riots. What follows is a nonexhaustive review of some of our region’s experience with violent protests or clashes. Some have arguably yielded positive results, while others reflect tragedy, human cruelty and senseless destruction.
Many of society’s faults and fault lines featured here remain intact. The violence gets attention, and today it is being exposed, broadcast and tweeted as never before. The smartphone is now an essential part of protest documentation. The historical record is another window that can provide context and background for what we are seeing today. Producing Colorblindness: Everyday Mechanisms of White Ignorance. Explaining white privilege to a broke white person (1) The Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale - Stress Management from Mind Tools. © iStockphotovkbhat Do you need to take a step back? People use the word "stress" to describe a wide variety of situations – from your cell phone ringing while you're talking on another phone – to the feelings associated with intense work overload, or the death of a loved-one. But perhaps the most useful and widely accepted definition of stress (mainly attributed to Richard S. Lazarus) is this: stress is a condition or feeling experienced when a person perceives that "demands exceed the personal and social resources the individual is able to mobilize.
" In less formal terms, we feel stressed when we feel that "things are out of control. " Our ability to cope with the demands upon us is key to our experience of stress. The Dark Core of Personality. Fast forward to 2018, and a hot-off-the-press paper suggests that the very same principle may not only apply to human cognitive abilities, but also to human malevolence. Choice page.
Boston's EMPath Program Uses Science to Fight Family Poverty. “The Family Carpool Lane Tool,” meanwhile, helps parents and their children align individual and family goals. Working together, they can avoid traffic and cruise through the fast lane. Intergen mentors visit participating families and facilitate conversations that prompt both adults and children to make future-oriented and contextualized decisions, ones that take into account other important domains.
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