Toxoplasma gondii infection and testosterone congruently increase tolerance of male rats for risk of reward forfeiture.

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Decision making under risk involves balancing the potential of gaining rewards with the possibility of loss and/or punishment. Tolerance to risk varies between individuals. Understanding the biological basis of risk tolerance is pertinent because excessive tolerance contributes to adverse health and safety outcomes. Yet, not much is known about biological… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2016.01.003

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@article{Tan2016ToxoplasmaGI, title={Toxoplasma gondii infection and testosterone congruently increase tolerance of male rats for risk of reward forfeiture.}, author={Donna Tan and A. A. Vyas}, journal={Hormones and behavior}, year={2016}, volume={79}, pages={37-44} }