Data for: Hungry to gamble? Ghrelin as a predictor of persistent gambling in the face of loss
Description of this data
This data set was obtained from a study looking at the association between plasma ghrelin and gambling behaviour. Subjects were either fasted or not, and later were brought to a lab with either gambling or no gambling cues. Our data suggest that the cues increase ghrelin, and that, overall, regardless of the manipulation, ghrelin concentrations can predict gambling perseverance.
Experiment data files
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Cite this dataset
Abizaid, Alfonso; Wohl, Michael; Sztainert, Travis; Hay, Rebecca (2018), “Data for: Hungry to gamble? Ghrelin as a predictor of persistent gambling in the face of loss”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/tx37cp6fyb.1