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Feed Science Daily: Why We Are Unable To Distinguish Faces Of Other Races (and Sometimes Our Own) (sciencedaily.com)

There's a troubling psychological phenomenon that just about everyone has experienced but few will admit to; having difficulty distinguishing between people of different racial groups. New research suggests this effect arises from our tendency to categorize people into in-groups and out-groups based on social categories like social class, hobbies, and of course, race.

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