(a) A mixed linear regression predicting Willingness To Pay (WTP) for information revealed an interaction between group (Placebo/L-DOPA) and valence (the amount by which the market went up or down), with no interaction between group and absolute market change. To tease apart the interaction, we ran linear mixed models separately for the L-DOPA and Placebo groups. Plotted are the fixed effects of those models. As observed, this revealed a significant effect of valence on information-seeking in the Placebo group but lack thereof in the L-DOPA group. Absolute change was a significant predictor in both groups. This indicates a reduction in the influence of valence on information-seeking under L-DOPA. (b) To further characterize the effect of valence and drug on information-seeking, we run separate mixed linear models for each group and polarity predicting WTP from market change, trial number and the interaction of the two. Plotted are the fixed effects of market change for each. As can be observed under L-DOPA market change was a significant predictor of information-seeking about potential losses and gains - the greater the expected gain/loss the more participants were willing to pay for information. In contrast, under Placebo market change was a significant predictor of information-seeking about potential gains, but not losses. These results show that L-DOPA selectively alters information-seeking about losses. (c) Plotted is the effect of market change on WTP for information controlling for any effects of trial number. As can be observed the slopes are significantly positive for all groups/conditions except for the Placebo group in the loss domain. Clouds are based on Standard Errors of the fixed effect. Error bars SEM, * p <0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001.