[ im-plis-it bahy-uhs ]
/ ɪmˈplɪs ɪt ˈbaɪ əs /
bias that results from the tendency to process information based on unconscious associations and feelings, even when these are contrary to one’s conscious or declared beliefs: implicit bias in cases of racial discrimination.
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Origin of implicit bias
First recorded in 1930–35
Also called im·plic·it so·cial cog·ni·tion.
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