For well over 80 years, social psychologists have been concerned with finding techniques to change attitudes. A prevailing view of implicit stereotypic attitudes is that they are automatic and develop through experience and learning. Under this view, implicit attitudes are believed to be very resistant to change. While working with the Mindfulness and Decision-Making Lab at Harvard, I identified and validated a mindfulness-based and digital intervention for shifting both racial and face-based implicit biases as well as increasing empathic engagement toward outgroup members. It works by loosening the strength of previously-established associations via the introduction of novel ones (submitted manuscript, 2018).