Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles (2019)

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Gabbrielle M. Johnson
Claremont McKenna College
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I argue that there exists a natural kind social bias that subsumes seemingly heterogenous cases of implicit bias and other forms of social cognition. I explore the implications of this explicated notion of bias for the organization of the mind, theories of consciousness, and the system-dependence of biases.
Keywords Bias  Social Cognition  Implicit Bias  Stereotype  Computational Theory of Mind
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