Implicit bias exercise: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
These tests are US-centric and use terminology like "european american" instead of "white", - if you feel confused about US terminology and cannot find a good definition, feel free to email for help.
Please pick a test that is related to this peer assessment or you may wish to explore biases that could affect other assessments you may be asked to in future. This could include race, age, gender, disability etc. Some categories such as "weapons" are uniquely american and probably not applicable. These tests try to collect a lot of demographic information at the start, which you can decline to answer.
You will never be asked to share your personal results. Part of the aim of this exercise is to consider how to recognise, assess and mitigate bias - a core skill in engaging with ideas as part of your degree programme. This is a key skill that underpins academic work in much the same way as essay writing skills and referencing.
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