Can you provide the link that shows the bias is false?
Carl Sandburg
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I feel like I’ve articulated already how the data does not back up the conclusions whatsoever. In general, a study that doesn’t have any controls can’t be trusted. This study just watched how people discussed interview candidates, then tried to make really broad assumptions about what they were subconsciously thinking (lol!). Where’s the part where people said the exact same things behind a curtain so you couldn’t see the race/gender to determine if the conclusions were valid or based on race/gender?

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