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Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People

Monday, February 11, 2019 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Alice Statler Auditorium
7 East Ave, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

Mahzarin Banaji, Richard Clark Cabot Professor of Social Ethics and Chair in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, studies the disparities between conscious expressions of values, attitudes and beliefs, and less conscious, implicit representations of mental content. Her work emphasizes the possibility that values and aspirations can be inconsistent with behavior.

The co-author of Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People, she explains the science of how humans make decisions. Her session is meant to be entertaining and even fun in addition to educational. 

She is delivering both the Robert L. Harris, Jr. ADVANCEments in Science Lecture and the annual Institute for the Social Sciences' Distinguished Lecture in the Social Sciences. The lecture is also sponsored by the Department of Psychology and the Center for Bright Beams. Following her lecture, there will be a reception open to everyone.

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Event Type

Lecture

Departments

Psychology, Institute for the Social Sciences, Diversity, Office of Faculty Development and Diversity

Tags

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Contact E-Mail

ljs269@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Lori Sonken

Contact Phone

607-255-6867

Speaker

Mahzarin Banaji

Speaker Affiliation

Chair and Professor of Psychology, Harvard University

Disability Access Information

please contact ofdd@cornell.edu

Open To

Public

Recent Activity

Mandy Kafka

Mandy Kafka left a positive review 2/11/2019

I found her talk to be interesting and relevant. I was inspired to learn more and to really look at my own biases.

Megan Pillar

Megan Pillar 2/6/2019

This talk is proprietary and will not be recorded or live streamed.

Robert Newman

Robert Newman 2/5/2019

Also interested in if this can be streamed or recorded.
I have 190 students that I would like to get access to this talk ( 120 on campus and 70 remote)

Robyn Bailey

Robyn Bailey 1/22/2019

Will this be live streamed? Thanks.