Implicit Bias Argument Analysis

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In this essay I will argue implicit bias can in fact force people to adopt some sort of skepticism. To defend my argument I will provide definitions of both skepticism and implicit bias. Next I will provide an example of how skepticism can be formed from implicit bias. I will support the example by using evidence from A Behavioral Model of Rational Choice by Herbert Simon. Implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. These biases are triggered reluctantly and without a person’s cognizance or deliberate thought process. Unlike known biases in which a person can choose to express or hide, implicit bias’s lay hidden away in one’s subconscious where they cannot

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