Data from: Reward context determines risky choice in pigeons and humans

Elliot A. Ludvig, Christopher R. Madan, Jeffrey M. Pisklak & Marcia L. Spetch
Whereas humans are risk averse for monetary gains, other animals can be risk seeking for food rewards, especially when faced with variable delays or under significant deprivation. A key difference between these findings is that humans are often explicitly told about the risky options, whereas non-human animals must learn about them from their own experience. We tested pigeons (Columba livia) and humans in formally identical choice tasks where all outcomes were learned from experience. Both...
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