Michele Promaulayko, editor in chief of Women’s Health, and psychologist Dale Atkins discuss new research that suggests that being prejudiced is hard-wired into our DNA, but that we can override genetics and be more self-aware.
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Michele Promaulayko, editor in chief of Women’s Health, and psychologist Dale Atkins discuss new research that suggests that being prejudiced is hard-wired into our DNA, but that we can override genetics and be more self-aware.





Michele Promaulayko, editor in chief of Women’s Health, and psychologist Dale Atkins discuss new research that suggests that being prejudiced is hard-wired into our DNA, but that we can override genetics and be more self-aware.

Michele Promaulayko, editor in chief of Women’s Health, and psychologist Dale Atkins discuss new research that suggests that being prejudiced is hard-wired into our DNA, but that we can override genetics and be more self-aware.

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