Are Children Born To Discriminate?

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Bar-Ilan University Presents:

Are Children Born To Discriminate?

Join Us for a Bar-Ilan Webinar


Bar-Ilan Prof. Gil Diesendruck

Wednesday, June 8th

12 PM Eastern Time
11 AM Central Time
10 AM Mountain Time
9 AM Pacific Time
7 PM Israel Standard Time

Please join us on Wednesday, June 8th for a lively discussion with Gil Diesendruck.

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Is racial discrimination innate or learned? Are humans programmed to prefer their own group over others? Professor Gil Diesendruck of Bar-Ilan University’s Psychology Department and Gonda Brain Research Center did a study on racism and whether or not discriminatory tendencies are inevitable. He will share his fascinating findings with us.

Gil Diesendruck

Prof. Gil Diesendruck

Gil Diesendruck is a Full Professor at the Department of Psychology, Director of the Language and Cognitive Development Laboratory at the Gonda Brain Research Center, and Head of the Interdisciplinary Studies Unit at Bar-Ilan University.

His research – focusing on children’s cultural learning and social categorization – has been published in leading journals in Psychology. He has been an Associate Editor for the journal Child Development. He is currently Associate Editor in the Annual Reviews of Developmental Psychology and Journal of Cognition and Development.


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