Do We See the World Through a Bias? New Study Explores Race Perception

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On “Psychology Behind the Headlines,” hosts Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest therapist Ryan Heapy discuss a study about how we perceive race.

We see through our own lens

The study reveals that we tend to perceive the world, even facial features, based on our own racial background.

Beauty in diversity

The positive perception of mixed-race faces hints at the potential for changing ideas of attractiveness as our society becomes more diverse.

The evolving brain

This research suggests that our brains may adapt over time, leading to a more accepting and inclusive view of others.

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