Corey Lipman   MA (2013)
Corey received his B.Sc in Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour from McMaster University in 2009 under the supervision of Dr. Martin Daly. After working for two years, Corey joined the IPSC lab in the fall of 2011 and completed his MA in Psychology under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Steele in April 2013. His MA research focused on the malleability of children's implicit racial bias. Previous research has demonstrated that children as young as 6 years old show an implicit pro-White bias. Corey investigated whether there are conditions under which children will no longer show a pro-White bias. Corey is now a senior research analyst with a market research firm.





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