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Relative status regulates risky decision making about resources in men: Evidence for the co-evolution of motivation and cognition

In this study, males who thought others of equal status were watching and judging their decisions were more likely to persue a high-risk, high-reward means of recouping a financial loss over a no risk, low gain means with equal expected value. The results suggest relative status regulates risky decision-making in men.


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