Implicit Bias: How Should Psychological Science Inform the Law? Pt. II

April 1, 2015

In the last 30 years, psychology has undergone an “implicit revolution.” Occurring outside of awareness, implicit bias disadvantages segments of society, intrudes on law enforcement and affects the administration of justice.

Guest lecturer, Professor Jerry Kang from UCLA argues that implicit bias findings ought to have legal and policy implications in his lecture titled, “The Arc of Intent: How Psychological Science Should Inform The Law.”

Professor Jerry Kang, Professor of Law and Asian Studies, UCLA