Race and Gender Bias Can Be Reduced with Sleep Therapy, Study Finds

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Sindya N. Bahnoo, THE NEW YORK TIMES

(The New York Times) — It may be possible to reduce biases regarding race and gender while a person sleeps, according to a new study published in the journal Science.

Prior research has shown that biases can be reduced with a technique called counter-stereotype training. Neuroscientists at Northwestern University wondered whether sleep might bolster the effect.

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