Isolating the delay component of impulsive choice in adolescent rats

@inproceedings{McClure2014IsolatingTD,
  title={Isolating the delay component of impulsive choice in adolescent rats},
  author={Jesse McClure and Jeffrey Podos and Heather N Richardson},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Impulsive choice-the preference for small immediate rewards over larger delayed rewards-has been linked to various psychological conditions ranging from behavioral disorders to addiction. These links highlight the critical need to dissect the various components of this multifaceted behavioral trait. Delay discounting tasks allow researchers to study an important factor of this behavior: how the subjective value of a rewards changes over a delay period. However, existing methods of delay… CONTINUE READING

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