Data from: Aggressive spiders make the wrong decision in a difficult task

Chia-Chen Chang, Zhi Yun Lim, Danielle A. Klomp, Yusoff Norma-Rashid & Daiqin Li
Accurate and timely decisions are critical for foraging, predator avoidance, and reproductive success. However, there is often a trade-off between speed and accuracy in decision-making, where individuals that make decisions more quickly make more mistakes. An individual’s personality may influence its decision-making style (i.e. whether it errs more in the speed or accuracy of a decision) and this relationship may change depending on contexts. Despite growing research on invertebrate personality, how personality correlates with decision-making...
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