Delay discounting of monetary rewards over a wide range of amounts.

@article{Green2013DelayDO,
  title={Delay discounting of monetary rewards over a wide range of amounts.},
  author={Leonard Green and Joel Myerson and Lu{\'i}s Oliveira and Seo Eun Chang},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={100 3},
  pages={
          269-81
        }
}
The present study examined delay discounting of hypothetical monetary rewards over a wide range of amounts (from $20 to $10 million) in order to determine how reward amount affects the parameters of the hyperboloid discounting function and to compare fits of the hyperboloid model with fits of two discounting models used in neuroeconomics: the quasi-hyperbolic and the double-exponential. Of the three models assessed, the hyperboloid provided the best fit to the delay discounting data. The… CONTINUE READING
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