Implicit Bias Resources
UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Implicit Bias Video Series
This publicly accessible video series begins with an introductory video that describes how biases and heuristics can influence our decision-making and behavior without us even knowing it. It is then followed by six short video lessons on the following topics:
- Lesson 1: Schemas (mental short-cuts that help us navigate the world around us)
- Lesson 2: Attitudes and Stereotypes
- Lesson 3: Real World Consequences
- Lesson 4: Explicit vs. Implicit Bias
- Lesson 5: The IAT (Implicit Association Test – learn more about the IAT at Project Implicit)
- Lesson 6: Countermeasures
Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity: Implicit Bias Module Series
Stanford University: VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab See Bias | Block Bias Tools
The VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab at Stanford University generates foundational research to advance women’s leadership by diagnosing barriers, developing and evaluating interventions to get beyond barriers, and disseminates research-based solutions by bridging the gap between research and practice. The lab has a collection of See Bias | Block Bias Tools that include Diagnosing Bias, Assessing Performance and Potential, Block Bias, The Redesigning, Redefining Work Videobook, and several related video resources.
Association of American Medical Colleges: What You Don’t Know – The Science of Unconscious Bias
There is overwhelming scientific evidence that unconscious bias may influence the evaluation and selection of candidates from entry-level to leadership positions in all types of organizations. This e-learning seminar, “What You Don’t Know: The Science of Unconscious Bias and What To Do About it in the Search and Recruitment Process,” created for academic medicine audiences, is designed to acquaint search committees and others with this research as one step toward mitigating the effects of unconscious bias. Though focused on academic medicine, this e-learning seminar includes content that is transferable to other areas of academia including graduate admissions, postdoc selection, and faculty hiring.