Data from: Cultural influence of social information use in pedestrian road-crossing behaviours

Marie Pelé, Caroline Bellut, Elise Debergue, Charlotte Gauvin, Anne Jeanneret, Thibault Leclere, Lucie Nicolas, Florence Pontier, Diorne Zausa & Cedric Sueur
Social information use is common in a wide range of group-living animals, notably in humans. The role it plays in decision-making could be a key to understanding how social groups make collective decisions. The observation of road-crossing behaviours in the presence of other individuals is an ideal means to study the influence of social information on decision-making. This study investigated the influence of culture on social information used by pedestrians in a potentially dangerous scenario,...
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