Take the "Harvard Implicit Bias Test"
Implicit bias occurs automatically as the brain makes quick judgments based on past experiences, stereotypes, background etc., which can perpetuate discrimination. Psychologists at Harvard, the University of Virginia, and the University of Washington created "Project Implicit" to develop Implicit Association Tests or IATs—to help educate the public about and help them measure these implicit biases. The IAT tests are anonymous complimentary tools that can be used to examine your own potential biases in many areas, such as, race, gender, ethnicity, overweight, age, religion, disability, and sexual orientation.
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Once identified, we have awareness of and can begin to employ best practices and techniques to try and interrupt any negative impact caused by such biases. The ABA has several implicit bias resources to help identify best practices and techniques. A few select resources include: Implicit Bias Videos and Toolkits for judges, prosecutors, and public defenders; “Interrupting Racial and Gender Bias in the Legal Profession” research report; Implicit Bias Initiative; and Joint Committee on Fighting Implicit Bias in the Justice System.