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Teacher Lesson Return to "Your Brain in Black and White"
Your Brain in Black and White
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Perception: Conscious and Subconscious

The story, “Your Brain in Black and White,” could prompt discussion on the idea of conscious vs. subconscious. Vocabulary words to consider include: individuate, categorize, amygdale, conscious, unconscious, association, implicit, biases.

Students could also take the Implicit Association Test at https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/
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(NYC-2010-09-11)

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