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What does the phrase "perceived bias" to you? Please let me know. I'm having difficulty understanding the meaning of "perceived" there. Thanks.
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If I make a statement that appears to have some kind of strong in-built emotional, generalised feeling against a group of people, for example, you might PERCEIVE that I have a BIAS in my attitude.
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