A new study adds to the growing body of evidence that Black-sounding names are associated with negative stereotypes of Black people among whites.
The latest study, published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, found that whites are more likely to perceive men with Black-sounding names as dangerous, violent and physically large when compared to people with stereotypically white-sounding names.
4 thoughts on “Black-Sounding Names Trigger Violent Thoughts in White People’s Mind, Study Says”
How about a study on WHAT TRIGGERS VIOLENCE PERIOD!!!! (leave alone thoughts!!) in BLACKS who encounter either whites or other Blacks! Nea, we don't need no study there…..facts are alarmimg enough!
Marcus John Lewis No, I want to think of Black as just another HUMAN BEING who isn't a threat , not prone to violemt behavior but an equal respectful law abiding citizen!
I am very sceptical. If you are honest, tell me how much does it cost to immediately get started earning wages ?
Really what's the catch ?????? I know nothing is what it seems ? Is it sales etc.?