What is cross-race effect? Putting an old stereotype to a test
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For many first-time visitors to China and Asia, telling people apart from one another can be a bit of an akward challenge at first â it can be a struggle to get used to a country where the vast majority of people have very similar hair colors, eye colors, body shapes and skin tones. In social psychol-ogy, this is called the âcross-race effect,â a theory that has been studied for decades, and has shown that people have a tendency to more easily recognize people from their own race, and can find it difficult to distinguish between people from other races.
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