We all believe we can control our assumptions about others. But what if these assumptions are not controlled by our conscious beliefs? What if they occur without an individual's awareness or intentional control? Even well-intentioned individuals have implicit biases that can impact perceptions and behavior. Lorie Fridell
, PhD, a professor of criminology and law enforcement trainer, will talk about how implicit biases can impact police officers and what those officers and their agencies can do about it. Lorie A. Fridell, PhD, professor of criminology at USF, earned a BA in psychology from Linfield College in Oregon and her MA and PhD in social ecology from the University of California at Irvine.
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