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The Cognitive Costs of Interracial Interactions

Posted on August 25, 2008

Ann Conkle has an article, titled “Investigating Interracial Interactions,” (in the current APS Observer) summarizing Jennifer Richeson‘s presentation at the APS 20th Annual Convention at which Richeson described her remarkable research on interracial interactions. * * * [Richeson] . . . presented her recent findings in the During an encounter between people of different races, […]

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