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Another clue about what can trigger in-group/out-group bias: Accents?

Posted Nov 19 2010 3:00pm
Do we have a bias against people who do not speak as we do? Some research reported at this year's meeting of the Society for Neuroscience suggests that we may. From "Unfamiliar Accents Turn Off Humans And Songbirds" (NPR): New research suggests that our brains have a built-in bias against people whose accents don't sound like our own. That's the...
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