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Type I and Type II error concerns in fMRI research: re-balancing the scale.
Statistical thresholding (i.e. P-values) in fMRI research has become increasingly conservative over the past decade in an attempt to diminish Type I errors (i.e. false alarms) to a levelExpand
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To Parcel or Not to Parcel: Exploring the Question, Weighing the Merits
We examine the controversial practice of using parcels of items as manifest variables in structural equation modeling (SEM) procedures. After detailing arguments pro and con, we conclude that theExpand
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Performance on Indirect Measures of Race Evaluation Predicts Amygdala Activation
We used fMRI to explore the neural substrates involved in the unconscious evaluation of Black and White social groups. Specifically, we focused on the amygdala, a subcortical structure known to playExpand
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Separable Neural Components in the Processing of Black and White Faces
In a study of the neural components of automatic and controlled social evaluation, White participants viewed Black and White faces during event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging. When theExpand
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Tools of the Trade Type I and Type II error concerns in fMRI research : rebalancing the scale
Statistical thresholding (i.e. P-values) in fMRI research has become increasingly conservative over the past decade in an attempt to diminish Type I errors (i.e. false alarms) to a levelExpand
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The Neural Substrates of In-Group Bias
Classic minimal-group studies found that people arbitrarily assigned to a novel group quickly display a range of perceptual, affective, and behavioral in-group biases. We randomly assignedExpand
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Implicit Attitude Measures: Consistency, Stability, and Convergent Validity
In recent years, several techniques have been developed to measure implicit social cognition. Despite their increased use, little attention has been devoted to their reliability and validity. ThisExpand
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Attitudes and evaluations: a social cognitive neuroscience perspective
Automatic evaluations are crucial for survival, but conscious self-reflection enables the formulation of nuanced evaluations to serve long-term goals. To operate effectively, both automatic andExpand
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Self-Categorization With a Novel Mixed-Race Group Moderates Automatic Social and Racial Biases
People perceive and evaluate others according to social categories. Yet social perception is complicated by the fact that people have multiple social identities, and self-categorization with theseExpand
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Modulation of the Fusiform Face Area following Minimal Exposure to Motivationally Relevant Faces: Evidence of In-group Enhancement (Not Out-group Disregard)
Studies have shown that fusiform face area (FFA) activity increases with visual expertise. We present an fMRI study showing that faces from a social category made relevant by an experimentalExpand
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