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This project will contain the datasets from all our published papers in our series of papers on human decision-making from experience. At the moment, it contains data from the following 7 papers: 1. Ludvig, E. A., & Spetch, M. L. (2011). Of black swans and tossed coins: Is the description-experience gap in risky choice limited to rare events? *PLoS One, 6*, e20262. (Both Experiments; Missing 3 participants) 2. Ludvig, E. A., Madan, C. R., & Spetch, M. L. (2014). Extreme outcomes sway risky decisions from experience. *Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 27*, 146-156. (Exp 1-3) 3. Madan, C. R., Ludvig, E. A., & Spetch, M. L. (2014). Remembering the best and worst of times: Memories for extreme outcomes bias risky decisions. *Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21*, 629-636. 4. Ludvig, E. A., Madan, C. R., Pisklak, J. M., & Spetch, M. L. (2014). Reward context determines risky choice in pigeons and humans. *Biology Letters, 10*, 20140451. 5. Ludvig, E. A., Madan, C. R., & Spetch, M. L. (2015). Priming memories of past wins induces risk seeking. *Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 144*, 24-29. 6. Madan, C. R., Spetch, M. L., & Ludvig, E. A. (2015). Rapid and risky: Time pressure increases risk seeking in decisions from experience. *Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 27*, 921-928. 7. Madan, C. R., Ludvig, E. A., & Spetch, M. L. (2017). The role of memory in distinguishing risky decisions from experience and description. *Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70*, 2048-2059. And a link to the data from: 8. Ludvig, E. A., Madan, C. R., McMillan, N., Xu, Y., & Spetch, M. L. (2018). Living near the edge: How extreme outcomes and their neighbors drive risky choice. *Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 47*, 1905-1918. All data here were collected with E-Prime and exported as a comma separated text file. These have not been cleaned or altered. We have included a readme file for a couple of the datasets, which explains what the different columns in the dataset mean. Only a few columns are relevant for the data analyses that were conducted in the papers. These columns are noted. Please email E.Ludvig@warwick.ac.uk with any questions.