Data from: Influence of preexisting preference for color on sampling and tracking behavior in bumble bees

Gyanpriya Maharaj, Patricia Panzica, Marisa Yoder, Aimee S. Dunlap & Patricia Horack
Animals reduce uncertainty in their lifetime by using information to guide decision making. Information available can be inherited from the past or gathered from the present. Therefore, animals must balance inherited biases with new information that may be in conflict with those potential biases. In our study, we set up color pairings such that an arbitrarily chosen focal color, human-orange, would result in an inherent bias in comparison to three other colors tested resulting in...
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