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Co-authors on this research include Jeremy Jamieson of the University of Rochester; Katrina Koslov of the University of California, San Francisco; and Matthew K. Nock of Harvard University.
This research was supported by funding from the National Institute on Aging (1RC2AG036780) and a seed grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The APS journal Psychological Science article: "Experiencing discrimination increases risk-taking"
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