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Institute of Cognitive Science Colloquia - Zoom Link - Shared screen with speaker view
Arturo Cortez (ttt/hhh)
23:08
I love this documentary! I have used it in class!
Jean M. Bowen
23:27
If you have a clarifying question, please drop it in the chat and we’ll interrupt with that question. If you have a question that isn’t specific to clarification, let’s hold that to the end of the talk
Tamara Sumner
01:03:17
We DO!!!!!!
Kate Howard
01:03:49
Oh that was just a clapping
Donna J Caccamise
01:03:57
wonderful talk, thanks so much!!
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:04:59
Thank you so much, Dr. Baugh. I wonder if you have any thoughts on how these issues are playing out in schools.
Shreyasi
01:08:23
I wonder, how the schools are taking care of these issues and preventing children from facing any such discrimination..
Lise Menn
01:11:02
Does (perceived/attributed) gender interact with (perceived/attributed) ethnicity? Your warm, low-pitched professional voice sounds confident and authoritative; are high-pitched feminine-sounding voices or gender-ambiguous voices disadvantaged?
Medha Sharma (she/her)
01:14:16
There are other languages which might have an accent or a dialect, Do you think that this bias can be found in these languages as well, or if its very unique to english in US because of racial biases?
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:14:26
Hudley, A. H. C., & Mallinson, C. (2017). “It’s worth our time”: A model of culturally and linguistically supportive professional development for K-12 STEM educators. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 12(3), 637-660.
Kevin Tang (he/him/his, er/ihn/sein)
01:15:57
In these naturalistic experiments (calling for services, applying for jobs...), have you observed effects of in-group discrimination (discriminating against your own group: by gender, race, ethnicity or the interactions) being stronger than across-group discrimination?
Kieran Smith (he/him)
01:16:26
In studies that manipulate a caller's accent, do you look at measures of perceived accent authenticity? i.e. can people tell when an accent is not a true accent, and would perceived inauthenticity imbue a level of distrust?
Tamara Sumner
01:24:32
Thank you for doing that Prof. Baugh!
Vicki Hand (she/her/hers)
01:26:44
Thank you so much for your groundbreaking research and for the early work with Dr. Samy Alim.
Eliana Colunga
01:26:44
Thank you!!!
Kieran Smith (he/him)
01:26:45
Thank you!
Brynn Paulsen
01:26:50
Thank you!
Evi Judge
01:26:51
Thank you so much!
Kayla Cormier
01:26:51
Thank you!
Katelynn Zlinsky
01:26:52
Thank you!
Gina Pitts
01:26:54
Thank you!!
Tamara Sumner
01:26:58
fabulous talk!
Lise Menn
01:26:59
Thank you!
Emily Johns-O'Leary (she/her/hers)
01:26:59
Thank you!
Rebecca Lee (she/her)
01:26:59
Thank you so much!
Medha Sharma (she/her)
01:27:03
Thankyou so much!
Kate Howard
01:27:03
Thank you so much
Don Bell-Souder
01:27:11
Thank you!