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We assess risks differently when they are explicitly described, compared to when we learn directly from experience, suggesting dissociable decision-making systems. Our needs, such as hunger, could globally affect our risk preferences, but do they affect described and learned risks equally? On one hand, explicit decision-making is often considered flexible and context-sensitive, and might therefore be modulated by metabolic needs. On the other hand, implicit preferences learned throughdoi:10.1101/2021.03.19.435837 fatcat:spw7l75d3fd4te3wyah4oko5qq