Implicit Bias 101
Tuesday, June 15, 1-2 p.m.
We use the term “implicit bias” to describe when we have attitudes towards people or associate them with stereotypes without our conscious knowledge.
Join Dr. Aimée Surprenant, an expert in the intersection of auditory perception and memory, as she explains how implicit bias affects us and others and what strategies we can employ to overcome it.
Dr. Aimée Surprenant is the Associate Vice-President (Academic) and Dean of Graduate Studies, and Professor in the Department of Psychology. She completed her BA at New York University and her MSc and PhD at Yale University. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association and the Psychonomic Society.
Presented by Office of Alumni Engagement; Faculty of Science; Department of Psychology; and School of Graduate Studies