Data from: Group choices seemingly at odds with individual preferences

Michel-Olivier Laurent Salazar, Stamatios C. Nicolis, Mariano Calvo Martín, Grégory Sempo, Jean-Louis Deneubourg & Isaac Planas-Sitjà
Numerous studies have focused on the influence of the social environment and the interactions between individuals on the collective decision-making of groups. They showed, for example, that attraction between individuals is at the origin of an amplification of individual preferences. These preferences may concern various environmental cues such as biomolecules that convey information about the environment such as vanillin, which, for some insects, is an attractant. In this study, we analysed how the social context...
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