Is it because I’m black? Een onderzoek naar de shooter bias en de activatie van stereotypen

Robin Vloeberghs

Is it because I’m black? Een onderzoek naar politiegeweld en de shooter bias

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Universiteit of Hogeschool
Toegepaste Psychologie
Elsje Goris
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