Uncertain threat is associated with greater impulsive actions and neural dissimilarity to Black versus White faces

Estée Rubien-Thomas, Nia Berrian, Kristina M. Rapuano, Lena J. Skalaban, Alessandra Cervera, Binyam Nardos, Alexandra O. Cohen, Ariel Lowrey, Natalie M. Daumeyer, Richard Watts, Nicholas P. Camp, Brent L. Hughes, Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Kim A. Taylor-Thompson, Damien A. Fair, Jennifer A. Richeson, B. J. Casey

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