4 edition of Look twice found in the catalog.
Text in German and English.
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Gendered Discourse in Professional Communication (Palgrave Studies in Professional and Organizational Discourse)
Die neuen Möglichkeiten des Einsatzes von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien in Behörden als Herausforderung für die kommunale Verwaltungsführung
July 21, 2021 Offering parents validation, advice, and community can help them Look twice better relationships with their children. Take the Bridging Differences Quiz. Research by psychologist and her colleagues has found that even dull yearbook photographs can trigger a strong neural response. We then slid other participants into a functional MRI scanner to observe their brain activity as they looked at these evocative photos.
The proposed approach can rapidly detect objects of vastly different scales with relatively little training data over multiple sensors. arXiv is committed to these values and only works with partners that adhere to them. As a society, we engage in social engineering all the time, mostly by accident and without intending or even anticipating all the consequences.
Take the amygdala race results.
A boutique store in the heart of downtown Rockville Centre, Look Twice specializes in ladies wearables and accessories, offering the latest fashions, luxurious furs and an extensive collection of new handbags and vintage jewelry. Within a moment of seeing a photograph of an apparently homeless man, people's brains set off a sequence of reactions characteristic of disgust and avoidance. Most estimates suggest such blatant and wrongheaded bigotry persists among only 10 percent of citizens in Look twice democracies.
Either way, we love a photo that makes you do a double take! We were surprised—not by the clear sign of disgust, but by how easy it was to achieve. Our results echo the famous experiment led bya founder of social psychology.
In my own lab, for instance, we showed white study participants a series of photos, some of white faces and some of black ones. Old-fashioned racism and sexism were known quantities because people would mostly say what they thought. Yet Sherif Look twice his colleagues soon posed a series of challenges to the groups that neither could solve without the help of the other.
Doing so requires more than just good intentions; it requires broad social efforts to challenge stereotypes and get people to work together across group lines.
Toward the homeless and drug addictsthese areas simply failed to light up, as if people had stumbled on a pile of trash. The activated areas included thewhich is reliably associated with feelings of disgust toward objects such as garbage and human waste.
These were photographs, after all, not smelly, noisy, intrusive people.
Sherif brought two groups of boys to separate parts of a campground and encouraged each group to bond as a team, not telling them about the other group at first.
We see this in hate crimes directed at homeless people, gays and lesbians, and all ethnicities; my former students , , and I have argued that these processes lie at the root of prisoner abuse in settings such as Fortunately, research has also indicated which kinds of social conditions can reduce prejudice.
Years, even generations, of explicit and implicit cultural messages—gleaned from parents, the media, first-hand experiences, and countless other sources—link particular physical appearances with a host of traits, positive or negative.