Prejudice is an unfortunately common part of human interaction. People judge and stereotype all the time, even when they don’t consciously intend to. These ways of thinking emerge naturally as part of the way human brains work, and the way we tend to conform as a species. A new study by scientists led from the Korolinska Institutet has just given us a little more insight to the way our brains create prejudice, which may in the future help us learn to eliminate it.
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