Response bias is unaffected by delay length in a delay discounting paradigm.

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This study examined the contribution of response bias to measures of delay discounting in Long-Evans rats (n=8) using the adjusting amount procedure. Under this procedure, we assessed preference for 150microl of 10% sucrose solution delivered following a delay over a variable-amount alternative delivered immediately. Bias was calculated based on relative… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2010.02.017

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@article{Wilhelm2010ResponseBI, title={Response bias is unaffected by delay length in a delay discounting paradigm.}, author={Clare J. Wilhelm and Suzanne H. Mitchell}, journal={Behavioural processes}, year={2010}, volume={84 1}, pages={445-9} }