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    Bailey, A. J., Gerst, K. and Finn, P. R.

    Intelligence moderates the relationship between delay discounting rate and problematic alcohol use.

    2020 - Psychology of Addictive Behaviors

    In-text: (Bailey, Gerst and Finn 175-181)

    Your Bibliography: Bailey, Allen J., Kyle Gerst, and Peter R. Finn. "Intelligence Moderates The Relationship Between Delay Discounting Rate And Problematic Alcohol Use.." Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 34.1 (2020): 175-181. Web.

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    Benzion, U., Israel, H., Rapoport, A. and Yagil, J.


    1987 - The Financial Review

    In-text: (Benzion et al. 21-21)

    Your Bibliography: Benzion, Uri et al. "DISCOUNT RATES INFERRED FROM DECISIONS: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY." The Financial Review 22.3 (1987): 21-21. Web.

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    Bixter, M. T. and Luhmann, C. C.

    Evidence for Implicit Risk: Delay Facilitates the Processing of Uncertainty

    2015 - Journal of Behavioral Decision Making

    In-text: (Bixter and Luhmann 347-359)

    Your Bibliography: Bixter, Michael T., and Christian C. Luhmann. "Evidence For Implicit Risk: Delay Facilitates The Processing Of Uncertainty." Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 28.4 (2015): 347-359. Web.

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    Burks, S. V., Carpenter, J. P., Goette, L. and Rustichini, A.

    Cognitive skills affect economic preferences, strategic behavior, and job attachment

    2009 - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    In-text: (Burks et al. 7745-7750)

    Your Bibliography: Burks, S. V. et al. "Cognitive Skills Affect Economic Preferences, Strategic Behavior, And Job Attachment." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106.19 (2009): 7745-7750. Web.

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    Koechlin, E., Basso, G., Pietrini, P., Panzer, S. and Grafman, J.

    The role of the anterior prefrontal cortex in human cognition

    1999 - Nature

    In-text: (Koechlin et al. 148-151)

    Your Bibliography: Koechlin, Etienne et al. "The Role Of The Anterior Prefrontal Cortex In Human Cognition." Nature 399.6732 (1999): 148-151. Web.

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    Luhmann, C.

    Temporal decision-making: insights from cognitive neuroscience

    2009 - Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience

    In-text: (Luhmann)

    Your Bibliography: Luhmann, Christian. "Temporal Decision-Making: Insights From Cognitive Neuroscience." Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 3 (2009): n. pag. Web.

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    Rahman, S., Sahakian, B. J., Cardinal, R. N., Rogers, R. D. and Robbins, T. W.

    Decision making and neuropsychiatry

    2001 - Trends in Cognitive Sciences

    In-text: (Rahman et al. 271-277)

    Your Bibliography: Rahman, Shibley et al. "Decision Making And Neuropsychiatry." Trends in Cognitive Sciences 5.6 (2001): 271-277. Web.

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    Shamosh, N. A., DeYoung, C. G., Green, A. E., Reis, D. L., Johnson, M. R., Conway, A. R., Engle, R. W., Braver, T. S. and Gray, J. R.

    Individual Differences in Delay Discounting

    2008 - Psychological Science

    In-text: (Shamosh et al. 904-911)

    Your Bibliography: Shamosh, Noah A. et al. "Individual Differences In Delay Discounting." Psychological Science 19.9 (2008): 904-911. Web.

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    Shamosh, N. A. and Gray, J. R.

    Delay discounting and intelligence: A meta-analysis

    2008 - Intelligence

    In-text: (Shamosh and Gray 289-305)

    Your Bibliography: Shamosh, Noah A., and Jeremy R. Gray. "Delay Discounting And Intelligence: A Meta-Analysis." Intelligence 36.4 (2008): 289-305. Web.

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    Tanaka, S. C., Doya, K., Okada, G., Ueda, K., Okamoto, Y. and Yamawaki, S.

    Prediction of immediate and future rewards differentially recruits cortico-basal ganglia loops

    2004 - Nature Neuroscience

    In-text: (Tanaka et al. 887-893)

    Your Bibliography: Tanaka, Saori C et al. "Prediction Of Immediate And Future Rewards Differentially Recruits Cortico-Basal Ganglia Loops." Nature Neuroscience 7.8 (2004): 887-893. Web.

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