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Understanding Bias: A Resource Guide

Jul 29, 2015  · The Science of Bias . Bias is a human trait resulting from our tendency and need to classify individuals into categories as we strive to quickly process information and make sense of the world. 1. To a large extent, these processes occur below the level of consciousness. This “unconscious” classification of people occurs through

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Prison Reform: Reducing Recidivism by Strengthening the Federal …

Posted: (53 years ago) Mar 06, 2017  · Social science research indicates each inmate possesses his or her own "criminogenic factors," such as criminal history, substance abuse, and education level. By identifying these factors as soon as an inmate enters custody, the Bureau can ensure that the individual receives appropriate services and can monitor his or her progress throughout ...

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