An introduction to unconscious and conscious human mind

Psychologists tell us that our unconscious biases are simply our natural people preferences. Biologically we are hard-wired to prefer people who look like us, sound like us and share our interests. Social psychologists call this phenomenon "social categorisationā€Ÿ whereby we routinely and rapidly sort people into groups. This preference bypasses our normal, rational and logical thinking. Put simply, our neurology takes us to the very brink of bias and poor decision making.

In this session you will learn:

  • An insight into human behaviour and the mind
  • How we learn to think, act, behave and communicate
  • Unconscious and conscious decision making
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