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*[[Antidiscrimination law in the UK]]
 
*[[Antidiscrimination law in the UK]]
 
*[[Apartheid]]
 
*[[Apartheid]]
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*[[Discriminated avoidance learning]]
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*[[Discrimination Model]]
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*[[Discrimination abilities of pigeons]]
 
*[[Discrimination learning]]
 
*[[Discrimination learning]]
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*[[Discriminative response]]
 
*[[Discriminative stimulus]]
 
*[[Discriminative stimulus]]
 
*[[Genetic discrimination]]
 
*[[Genetic discrimination]]

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Discrimination is a broad term indicting the ability to make distinctions between two objects or stimuli and on that basis change behavior, attitudes, thoughts or feelings.

Psychologists have studed discrimination in a variety of settings:

In Psychophysics

In social psychology

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