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American university students inaccurately remembered a black man as having lighter skin when they were subliminally primed with the word “educated,” whereas their skin-tone memory was accurate when they were primed with the word “ignorant”; the same students exhibited no such bias toward red foxes.

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American university students inaccurately remembered a black man as having lighter skin when they were subliminally primed with the word “educated,” whereas their skin-tone memory was accurate when they were primed with the word “ignorant”; the same students exhibited no such bias toward red foxes.

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