In psychology, the tendency to assume people of another race as “looking alike” is referred to as the “Cross-Race Effect” (CRE).
Such tendency can be explained by the idea that spending more time with people of our own race allows for the development of “perceptual expertise,” or that people think about members of other races more categorically.
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