Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Politically Polarized Brains Share an Intolerance of Uncertainty

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This shows the outline of two heads, one is red and the other is blueFor politically polarized people, their brain activity syncs up with like-minded people who share their political ideologies to perceive information in the same way. However, and regardless of political affiliation, those with personality traits linked to intolerance, and who were less tolerant of daily uncertainty, had more polarized brain responses than those who were more tolerant to uncertainty.