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This story first appeared on WBUR.

New research from Harvard University finds that Americans’ unconscious bias on the basis of sexual orientation and race dropped dramatically over a decade.

The study in the journal Psychological Science looks at more than 4 million online tests for implicit bias — bias people aren’t aware of — taken from 2007 to the end of 2016.

It finds that attitudes about sexual orientation changed the fastest, says lead author Tessa Charlesworth: “The most striking…