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Author Frye, Charles C.J

Title Measuring Delay Discounting in Humans Using an Adjusting Amount Task
Published Cambridge, MA MyJoVE Corp 2016
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Journal of Visualized Experiments    View Resource Record  


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Summary Delay discounting refers to a decline in the value of a reward when it is delayed relative to when it is immediately available. We outline a computer-based delay discounting task that is easy to implement and allows for the quantification of the degree of delay discounting in human participants
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Audience For undergraduate, graduate, and professional students
Notes English
Subject Behavior
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