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Common Test for Mental Health Understanding is Found to Be Biased

News   Jan 29, 2019 | Original story by the University of Rochester

 
Common Test for Mental Health Understanding is Found to Be Biased

In the Reading the Mind in the Eyes Task (RMET), recommended by the National Institutes of Mental Health, participants view 36 black and white photographs then decide which of four adjectives best describes the mental state expressed in the eyes. Credit: University of Rochester

 
 
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