Posted by The Situationist Staff on November 28, 2010
Tufts Psychology Professor Sam Sommers speaks at Harvard Law School about his research on the interaction between the legal system and the psychology of race, stereotyping, and diversity.
Watch the video here.
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Posted in Implicit Associations, Law, Legal Theory, Social Psychology, Video | Tagged: diversity, juries, Sam Sommers, Social Psychology | Leave a Comment »