The grey matter which coats the outside of the brain, front to back side to side, dipping into all these sulci and fissures, is the cerebral cortex, divided into three main areas, sensory processes information, motor commands movement, the prefrontal cortex has high level cognition such as decision making. And here is a connected area deep inside, the emotional center. OK so Your favorite sports team got a bad call, and your brain lights up, your ingroup bias on full display. If you were hooked up to an fMRI, we’d see, real time, that activation. There are different areas of activation, depending on whether you’re watching a sports team, or listening to a politician you don’t like, or deciding who to hire. All types of bias experiences seem to center here, this intersection among the prefrontal cortex, the emotional centers, and the motor cortex. Because there is this commonality, I wonder whether working to overcome one experience of bias might simultaneously help you to overcome others?