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How implicit bias and police force connect

A new study reports that in areas of the United States where white residents have stronger implicit racial biases, police officers are more likely to disproportionately kill Black people. Ryerson psychology Professor Eric Hehman discusses his findings with host Will Sloan
September 08, 2017
Eric Hehman

Photo: Psychology Professor Eric Hehman’s study found that implicit racist bias in communities is a predictor of higher incidents of police killings of African-Americans.