Human susceptibility to social influence and its neural correlates are related to perceived vulnerability to extrinsic morbidity risks

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  1. Lionel Granjon
  2. Yi-Fang Hsu
  3. Claire Sergent
  4. Florian Waszak

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Humans considerably vary in the degree to which they rely on their peers to make decisions. Why? Theoretical models predict that environmental risks shift the cost-benefit trade-off associated with the exploitation of others’ behaviours (public information), yet this idea has received little empirical support. Using computational analyses of behaviour and multivariate decoding of electroencephalog...

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