Implicit Race Bias Decreases the Similarity of Neural Representations of Black and White Faces

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Brosch, Tobias; Bar-David, Eyal; Phelps, Elizabeth A.;

Implicit race bias has been shown to affect decisions and behaviors. It may also change perceptual experience by increasing perceived differences between social groups. We investigated how this phenomenon may be expressed at the neural level by testing whether the distr... View more
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