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Navigating the world with implicit processes
The Learning and Implicit Processes Lab
Implicit bias is often seen as a stable, unconscious force that is nearly impossible to change. What can we learn from recent research?
Our thoughts, feelings, and actions can be influenced by social cues even when we do not want to be influenced. Implicit bias, as a behavioral phenomenon, is and will remain real.
The Learning and Implicit Processes Lab at Ghent University examines when and how people learn and evaluate. In doing so, the lab focuses on the role of implicit processes, or processes that occur spontaneously.