Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology discussion question and need an expla

Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Complete a worksheet that demonstrates your understanding of implicit biases and ways to challenge them.IntroductionIn this worksheet, you examine potential causes of implicit biases in human interactions that occurred in real-life situations, consider how awareness of implicit biases can shape personal or professional behavior, and examine ways to prevent implicit biases through recommended strategies that are supported by scholarly research.OverviewIn this worksheet, you examine potential causes of implicit biases in human interactions that occurred in real-life situations, consider how awareness of implicit biases can shape personal or professional behavior, and examine ways to prevent implicit biases through recommended strategies that are supported by scholarly research.PreparationIf you haven’t already, do the following to prepare for this assessment:View the Implicit Bias Worksheet [DOCX] to preview the requirements.Read Implicit Bias Assessment Preparation [PDF] to understand more about the topic of implicit bias and chapter information that will be of benefit to you in completing the assessment.Blaine, B. E., & McClure Brenchley, K. J. (2021). Understanding the psychology of diversity (4th ed.). Sage. Available in the courseroom via the VitalSource Bookshelf link.Review Chapters 2 and 4.Complete the Activity: Implicit Bias Exercise. This activity is for your preparation for the assessment and you do not need to submit it. It will help you link concepts in understanding the origins of implicit bias.InstructionsUse the Implicit Bias Worksheet to complete the following:Explain a possible cause of implicit bias in a work situation or in a media source.Explain a possible cause of implicit bias in a personal situation.Explain how insight about personal implicit bias can assist in changing or shaping personal or professional behavior for the future.Apply professional or scholarly information to support strategies to prevent implicit bias.Write coherently with only minor errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.Cite all sources with author and year for each source.Provide references for all sources, including author, year, and title for each source.Additional RequirementsCite a minimum of two professional and scholarly sources. You will need to cite the Blaine and Benchley textbook or another professional or scholarly source for concepts related to implicit biases. You will need to cite at least one scholarly journal article for interventions on working with implicit biases.Submission RequirementsSubmit your completed Implicit Bias Worksheet as your deliverable for this assessment.Check to ensure that you have completed each of the boxes on the worksheet, and that you have provided in-text citations and matching full references for each of your sources.Competencies MeasuredBy successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and scoring guide criteria:Competency 2: Apply psychological theories to issues affecting culture, ethnicity, and diversity.Explain a possible cause of implicit bias in a work situation or media source.Explain a possible cause of implicit bias in a personal situation.Competency 3: Analyze psychological research findings related to culture, ethnicity, and diversity.Apply professional or scholarly information to support strategies to prevent implicit bias.Competency 4: Apply psychological theory and research in culture, ethnicity, and diversity to inform personal and professional behavior.Explain how insight about personal implicit bias can assist in changing or shaping personal or professional behavior for the future.Competency 5: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for professionals in the field of psychology.Write coherently with only minor errors in grammar, usage, and mechanics.Cite all sources with author and year for each source.Provide references for all sources, including author, year, and title for each source.SCORING GUIDEUse the scoring guide to understand how your assessment will be evaluated.

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