Psychology of Diversity and Unconscious Bias

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Course Description

Many people understand that diversity and unconscious bias are important issues to grapple with, but it’s difficult to get a strong handle on them. For years, social scientists have turned their attention to stereotyping and discrimination in order to use data and scientific methods to know more about why it happens and how to stop it.

What You'll Learn

In this course we consider big ideas in diversity science with a focus on understanding concrete strategies to halt bias in its tracks. To know how to solve a problem, though, it’s necessary to understand the root of the problem. This course thus considers several major issues in diversity and unconscious bias, including:

  • The difference between stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination
  • How stereotypes affect judgments of others and our own performance
  • How prejudice stems from simple group mentalities
  • How to best approach diversity
  • How to reduce the effects of conscious and unconscious bias

Through comprehensive videos, slide presentations, exercises, and quizzes, you will learn about the fascinating science of prejudice and discrimination. This course is modeled on university curricula and workplace training that you could spend thousands of dollars on.

Why Learn From Me?

As an award-winning psychology instructor, I have experience translating research in the field and presenting it in an engaging, understandable way. My students routinely evaluate my courses highly and comment on the passion I have for social psychology. I hope you can join this group of satisfied students and learn something new about yourself and psychology.

So take this course now and understand the science of diversity and unconscious bias...and how to address this common social issue!

Expected Outcomes

  1. Understand the difference between stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination.
  2. Identify acts of stereotyping.
  3. Develop the ideal mentality for engaging with an increasingly diverse society.
  4. Implement tested strategies for undermining unconscious biases.