Racism is on (in?) my mind…

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  1. “…Since 14 year olds have little control over their environments—the diversity of their schools or neighborhoods, though, I am inclined to believe the former…”

    However, their parents do have such control and it is very likely that whatever biological feature underlies the lower amygdala effect, this may be present also in their parents. In other words, it is also likely that adults with lower amygdala effect choose to live in more ethnically diverse environments and thus provide their children, with their inherited lower amygdala effect, also a highly diverse peer group.

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