May 4, 2012

Treat babies for racism?

Time to treat babies for racist tendencies and eliminate their brains' survival distinctions towards their caregivers - if their caregivers are the same race as they are. (Obviously, this would not apply to multi-racial adoption cases).

"These results suggest that biases in face recognition and perception begin in preverbal infants, well before concepts about race are formed. It is important for us to understand the nature of these biases in order to reduce or eliminate [the biases]," said study researcher Lisa Scott, a psychologist at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in a statement. [3-Year-Olds Fancy Own Ethnic Group]

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