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Data from: Rate maximization and hyperbolic discounting in human experiential intertemporal decision making

Seinstra MS, Sellitto M, Kalenscher T

Date Published: October 16, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5040n

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Title Demographic and discounting data of participants
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Description In the xlsx file the demographic data (i.e., gender and age) of our 81 participants are included. Moreover, we included the larger-later option choice proportion for each of the 6 blocks of both tasks (i.e., self-control design and patch design) along with the respective earnings. Then, we list the computed hyperbolic log-k values for the two tasks (as well as for the two tasks collapsed) and for the Kirby task. Then we included the computed Long Term maximization Rate (LTR) for the two tasks (considering both all choices and only the last 5) and the Akaike Information Criterion for both the LTR and the hyperbolic models for both task designs.Finally, we included the performance at the time production task at each of the four delay conditions and the scores at the Barrat Impulsiveness Scale subscales and at the Quick Delay Questionnaire subscales.
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Seinstra MS, Sellitto M, Kalenscher T (2017) Rate maximization and hyperbolic discounting in human experiential intertemporal decision making. Behavioral Ecology 29(1): 193-203. https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arx145

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Seinstra MS, Sellitto M, Kalenscher T (2017) Data from: Rate maximization and hyperbolic discounting in human experiential intertemporal decision making. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5040n
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