Delay discounting of real and hypothetical rewards III: steady-state assessments, forced-choice trials, and all real rewards.

@article{Lagorio2005DelayDO,
  title={Delay discounting of real and hypothetical rewards III: steady-state assessments, forced-choice trials, and all real rewards.},
  author={Carla H. Lagorio and Gregory J. Madden},
  journal={Behavioural processes},
  year={2005},
  volume={69 2},
  pages={173-87}
}
Human research in delay discounting has omitted several procedures typical of animal studies: forced-choice trials, consequences following each response, and assessment of stable response patterns. The present study manipulated these procedures across two conditions in which real or hypothetical rewards were arranged. Six college students participated in… CONTINUE READING