A new study reports people perceive black men as bigger and more of a threat than white men of similar size. Researchers believe the findings may help explain why black men are more likely to be shot by police.
Researchers use modern neuroscience technology to discover if there really is a link between the bumps of your head and aspects of personality.
Using non-invasive brain stimulation, researchers shed light on the neurobiology underlying implicit biases.
A new study reports faces of people we believe to be more competent are also perceived to be more masculine.
Neuroimaging revealed when people saw an anomalous face, the fusiform gyri and amygdala showed significant neural responses. Activity in a region of the left amygdala, which correlated with less pro-social responses to the anomalous face, appeared to relate to the participant's belief about justice in the world and their degree of empathetic concern.
When older people feel personally stigmatized as being physically or cognitively deficient, they fail to live up to their actual abilities when tested, a new study reports.
Studying 327 YouTube videos related to depression, researchers found content providers unknowingly perpetuate stigmas and misconceptions about mental health.