How social bias can transfer from one generation to the next
From an early age, children are sensitive to social cues from adults, peers, media and their surrounding environment. A closer look at adults' nonverbal signals — including their tone of voice, facial expression and body language — found that children can "catch bias" simply by observing adult actions, according to a new study out of the University of Washington.
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