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How the Brain Processes Mixed-Race Faces

A look at the stereotypes that inform our expectations

“U“Usually very physically attractive,” said one survey respondent. “They’re always beautiful people,” said another. “Most often a gorgeous mix.” The comments continued. “Biracial babies are pretty.” Mixed-race people are “glamorous and exotic.”

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Kristal Brent Zook

Kristal Brent Zook

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