Psychology & Psychiatry

Minority children develop implicit racial bias in early childhood

New research from York University suggests that minority children as young as six years old show an implicit pro-White racial bias when exposed to images of both White and Black children. But how ingrained these biases become ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Can white kids grow up to be black? Some preschoolers think so

White preschoolers often believe a person's race can change over time. In fact, these 5- to 6-year-olds may think they can grow up to become a black adult, according to a new University of Michigan study.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Early vocabulary delays suggest therapy needs later in life

A toddler's vocabulary delays may indicate a future need for speech language therapy, but race and home language can play a role in obtaining these services, according to a recent Penn State study.

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