Behavioral Modeling of Human Choices Reveals Dissociable Effects of Physical Effort and Temporal Delay on Reward Devaluation

@inproceedings{KleinFlgge2015BehavioralMO,
  title={Behavioral Modeling of Human Choices Reveals Dissociable Effects of Physical Effort and Temporal Delay on Reward Devaluation},
  author={Miriam C. Klein-Fl{\"u}gge and Steven W. Kennerley and Ana C. Saraiva and William D. Penny and Sven Bestmann},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2015}
}
There has been considerable interest from the fields of biology, economics, psychology, and ecology about how decision costs decrease the value of rewarding outcomes. For example, formal descriptions of how reward value changes with increasing temporal delays allow for quantifying individual decision preferences, as in animal species populating different habitats, or normal and clinical human populations. Strikingly, it remains largely unclear how humans evaluate rewards when these are tied to… CONTINUE READING
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