The behavioral- and neuro-economic process of temporal discounting: A candidate behavioral marker of addiction.

@article{Bickel2014TheBA,
  title={The behavioral- and neuro-economic process of temporal discounting: A candidate behavioral marker of addiction.},
  author={Warren K. Bickel and Mikhail N. Koffarnus and Lara N. Moody and Arlington George Wilson},
  journal={Neuropharmacology},
  year={2014},
  volume={76 Pt B},
  pages={518-27}
}
Addiction science would benefit from the identification of a behavioral marker. A behavioral marker could reflect the projected clinical course of the disorder, function as a surrogate measure of clinical outcome, and/or may be related to biological components that underlie the disorder. In this paper we review relevant literature, made possible with the early and sustained support by NIDA, to determine whether temporal discounting, a neurobehavioral process derived from behavioral economics… CONTINUE READING

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