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But I Thought “Hate” Had to Be Taught?

But I Thought “Hate” Had to Be Taught?

 The 9-month-old babies were better able to recognize faces and emotional expressions of people who belong to the racial group they interacted with the most. At this age, babies have developed a racial bias, meaning they becoming more skillful at telling apart two faces within their own race. The brain activity of these group of infants showed specific pathways had been reinforced by practice decoding familiar faces, while other less-used pathways were not.”

Long story short: babies as young as five months prefer people who are the same color they are. Know why? Because diversity is artificial and stressful.


2 Comments

  1. Chaos says:

    “The racial group they interacted with the most” does not have to be their own.
    If a white baby grows up surrounded mostly by black people, it’ll be better at reading black people’s faces and telling them apart.
    If a black baby grows up surrounded mostly by asian people, it’ll be better at reading asian people’s faces and telling them apart.
    And if an asian baby grows up surrounded mostly by who the f*ck ever, it’ll be better at reading the faces of people of the same ethnic group, too.
    Don’t re-interpret the facts to mean what you want them to. It’ll come back to bite you one day.

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