Seen from a distance, four students examine striations in red volcanic rock on the edge of a crater strewn with boulders. They wear sun hats to protect from the glare and heat. One points at the rock patterns, which are crumbled and eroded.

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Implicit biases, or biases that may be hidden, reveal the way test-takers associate people with words in positive or negative ways.