“Examining the Impacts of Racism on Cognitive Biases: A Keynesian Market Perspective”

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Abstract: This research article investigates the effects of racism on cognitive biases, taking a Keynesian market perspective. Racism, an ongoing social issue, has been shown to have profound and wide-ranging impacts on individuals and society. This study aims to shed light on how racism influences cognitive biases, particularly in the context of market dynamics. Understanding these phenomena can inform efforts to mitigate the negative consequences of racism and promote equity and inclusivity in education and other domains.

Drawing on theoretical frameworks from both artificial intelligence and education, this study employs a multidisciplinary approach to examine the relationship between racism and cognitive biases. By leveraging the principles of cognitive psychology and behavioral economics, we explore how stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination contribute to the formation and reinforcement of cognitive biases in educational settings.

The research methodology involves a comprehensive literature review, analyzing existing studies on racism, cognitive biases, and the Keynesian market. We systematically examine empirical research, theoretical frameworks, and case studies to identify patterns and insights on the interplay between these variables. By synthesizing the research findings, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the impacts of racism on cognitive biases, with a particular focus on the educational context.

The findings of this study will contribute to the existing body of knowledge on racism and cognitive biases, providing a nuanced understanding of their intersection within the domain of education. Moreover, the research outcomes will inform policymakers, educators, and researchers about effective strategies to mitigate the negative impacts of racism on cognitive biases and foster inclusive educational environments.

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