Intertemporal Choice Part I: Modeling Approaches

Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics (medium)

List Price: $24.95
Member/Affiliate Price: $24.95
Marc Wittmann and Martin P. Paulus (Guest Editors)
Vol. 2, No. 2, November 2009
Item #: 5970203
Format: PDF iconPDF
Other Format: Hard copy
Note: This is a product in PDF format. Upon completion of your order, you will receive a link to download this product.

About the special issue

This special issue on intertemporal choice aims at highlighting recent developments and challenges in neuroscience, psychology, and economics to understand how intertemporal choices are made.

Articles in this issue

Intertemporal Choice: Neuronal and Psychological Determinants of Economic Decisions
Pages 71–74
Wittmann, Marc; Paulus, Martin P.

Theoretical Frameworks for Neuroeconomics of Intertemporal Choice
Pages 75–90
Takahashi, Taiki

Perception of Anticipatory Time in Temporal Discounting
Pages 91–101
Kim, B. Kyu; Zauberman, Gal

Novel Models of Intertemporal Valuation: Past and Future Outcomes
Pages 102–111
Yi, Richard; Landes, Reid D.; Bickel, Warren K.

Discounting Behavior and Environmental Decisions
Pages 112–130
Carson, Richard T.; Roth Tran, Brigitte

APA Database
Subscription Options

Browse Special Issues

Terms of Use
The sale of this document grants you the right to download and view the PDF for your personal use only. The document may not be reproduced, posted, distributed, or sold. By clicking the button below, you agree to these terms of use.