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Prejudice and Discrimination: Crash Course Psychology #39



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In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank tackles some difficult topics dealing with prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination.
There’s a lot here, so let’s get started.

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Table of Contents:

Prejudice, Stereotyping, & Discrimination 00:00
Prejudice Can Often Be Non-Conscious 02:03
Implicit Association Test or AIT 04:23
Ingroup-Outgroup Phenomenon 07:08
In-Group Bias 07:48


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Some Toughts (45)

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    added on 8 Jun, 2020
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    Wake up people! The harsh truth is that If you are ugly, no matter what the color of your skin is, your going to face 'discrimination'

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    added on 8 Jun, 2020
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    I love u😊

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    added on 8 Jun, 2020
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    Soooo worth the watch in helping reeducate America

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    added on 8 Jun, 2020
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    Except the science actually shows a bias in the opposite direction. While trying to prove there's a white cop bias against minorities they actually found there was a bias against whites. Here's a thought…. teach our children in schools how to behave when interacting with the police. Or is that too big brained?

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    added on 9 Jun, 2020
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    funny how im learning this now while everything is going on now

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    added on 9 Jun, 2020
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    No african or asian supremacy in the americas or europe, period.

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    added on 9 Jun, 2020
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    This white man

  8. Avatar
    added on 9 Jun, 2020
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    This people all are very bd

  9. Avatar
    added on 10 Jun, 2020
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    Censorship YouTube Facebook Twitter google censorship…

  10. Avatar
    added on 10 Jun, 2020
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    At 4:26 it says, "Do you think that men are better at science than men?"
    I'm pretty sure there is a typo

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    added on 10 Jun, 2020
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    For every story, where a black man is unjustly killed, there is equal or more white people killed the same way. Anecdotal cases need to stop being used as debate ammo.

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    added on 11 Jun, 2020
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    Speaking too fast to register.

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    added on 11 Jun, 2020
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    With all respect sir, you talk too fast like a machine gun.

  14. Avatar
    added on 12 Jun, 2020
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    Is anyone else watching this because of what happened to George Floyd

  15. Avatar
    added on 12 Jun, 2020
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    Thanks for this video, I got a lot.

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    added on 12 Jun, 2020
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    There is no wage gap, change my mind with actual proof.

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    added on 12 Jun, 2020
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    Standard police protocol, You never know what they are reaching for, It could be a gun, It could be keys, if someone (any race) gets up and walks away from the police, that raises suspicion.

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    added on 12 Jun, 2020
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    I doubt discriminating against a fat person because we think they are lazy for a job that constantly requires them to exert themselves is discriminatory hanks. People aren't born fat they become fat and that can hinder them physically. It isn't some subtle stuff like their skin color that doesn't affect their ability to do stuff

  19. Avatar
    added on 13 Jun, 2020
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    Thank you for giving facts and not JUST opinion(not that all videos about…"this"… Are just opinion) WE LOVE YOUU

  20. Avatar
    added on 13 Jun, 2020
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    Want more Truth? read my comment.

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    added on 13 Jun, 2020
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    the police is corrupted

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    added on 14 Jun, 2020
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    IMPLICIT BIASED IS NOT REAL!

  23. Avatar
    added on 14 Jun, 2020
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    Segregation apparently didn't work. And integration apparently is not working.

  24. Avatar
    added on 16 Jun, 2020
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    Prejudice and discrimination have been prevalent in this country since its founding. It’s frustrating to know that some things are never bound to change.

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    added on 16 Jun, 2020
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    thnx really helped me

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    added on 16 Jun, 2020
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    I know this has nothing to do with what's going on with black lives matter but how do black lives matter when your part of lgbqt community isn't that genocide. Also if black lives matter why don't you help each other rise up or help each other daily not just for evil purposes but from your heart without excepting anything in return I'm sorry I had to bring it up though just curious

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    added on 16 Jun, 2020
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    I find this video vey informational. I wish more people understood this and new what was going on in today's society.

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    added on 16 Jun, 2020
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    Lovely how this starts with four cops, tell me which one is racist again?

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    added on 16 Jun, 2020
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    I found this video to be very informational. I believe that as a Western country who host countless of mental health conferences and such each year, we have to do a better job of spreading information to these non-Western countries in order to rid the discrimination people suffering from mental illnesses face.

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    overweight people are unhealthy,it's not prejudice..It is biological and hence visible..

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    I remember being part of an in-group out-group experiment in elementary school. I'm 58. We've know about this stuff for a couple generations now. It hasn't helped change it. Why?

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    I think we've done a great job at bringing lots of awareness to issues like this in the U.S. and the western world. However, I can't help but think how non-western countries aren't as informed as we are, yet the amount of prejudice and discrimination seems almost the same… I'm optimistic, but sometimes I can't help but think that things will remain the same in the world.

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    It is interesting to learn that the difference between prejudice and discrimination is action. I also found the part about in-group bias very interesting. It's fascinating how peoples' minds associate things and then consequences of those judgments.

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    Every politician should do an IAT…

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    The ideas provided in this video is very relevant not only in the US but other non-Western cultures in regards to ethnicity, mental illness, and religion.

  36. Avatar
    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    Implicit Association "is surprisingly predictive of discriminatory behavior in all kinds of experimental settings." Yes it is true in simple experimental settings but it doesn't mean at all that it is predictive for – usually extremely complex – real life behavior.

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    added on 17 Jun, 2020
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    Stuff like the chaining of Somali mental patients by their parents really demonstrates how decades of no education and deeply set prejudices can completely warp a society into barbarism in certain areas. It's extremely sad.

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    added on 18 Jun, 2020
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    I feel that this CrashCourse is very relevant for today's society especially with everything going on with racism. I would have to say not just racism but this could be targeted towards Mental Illness as well. Many people are prejudice and discriminate people who have mental illness and they don't take the time to learn about that person. It could be how someone was raise to have views towards that topic. Very good video to inform people about Prejudice and Discrimination.
    Orlando Goodwin

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    added on 18 Jun, 2020
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    All the things he mentioned in this video are so prevalent in the things that are going on today. So many people are fighting for their own in-group at the expense of taking down others. Rather than being hostile, we should educate on the subject by watching videos like this one that makes it easier for us to understand. By doing this, we can make this whole world a better place.

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    added on 18 Jun, 2020
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    This video actually kinda opened my eyes to what's going on in the world today. So many people in the world have prejudices towards others and will automatically put these people into their own out-groups based on their bias.

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    added on 18 Jun, 2020
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    It breaks my heart that this video was extremely relevant 5 years ago when it was made and is STILL relevant. Active discrimination and prejudice against certain individuals with “unconventional” backgrounds is still a problem that runs rampant in our society. It’s time to educate and inform our current generations on what needs to change.

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    added on 18 Jun, 2020
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    hmm

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    The IAT test is totally unfair and rigged. They place good words and "norm" on one side several times and tie them together, then bad with other on the other side and tie them together several times. Then reverse it and when you can't retrain your brain in 1 maybe 2 rounds you're a racist or sexist or whatever. Totally rigged.

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    added on 22 Jun, 2020
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    BLACK LIVES MATTER
    DEFUND THE POLICE

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    added on 22 Jun, 2020
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    Except implicit bias testing has been debunked as malleable from day one. Meaning it's unproven that it even exists.

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