An Examination of Implicit Bias in Student Leaders in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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This research project was intended to examine the implicit bias in student leaders in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences of Texas A&M University. “Implicit biases are discriminatory biases based on implicit attitudes or implicit stereotypes” (Greenwald & Krieger, 2006, p. 951). Student leaders were distributed surveys to test their implicit bias levels. The surveys were focused in the areas of race and religion. The survey instrument was provided by Project Implicit. Students from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student and President Councils (n=100) were distributed the surveys and demographic information is being collected with the completion of the surveys. After analyzing results it is shown that students display some degree of implicit bias in their lives.
Borges, Bradley D; Martinez, Jensen R (2018). An Examination of Implicit Bias in Student Leaders in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Undergraduate Research Scholars Program. Available electronically from