SINGAPORE – Pre-school children here can develop racial preferences by the age of three, especially if they belong to the majority race, a study by Nanyang Technological University has found.

The study showed that Chinese children in pre-schools, unlike their Indian peers, showed implicit bias (unconscious attitudes) and explicit bias (overt biased behaviours) favouring their own race.

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Last modified: June 25, 2021