Cross-strain Analysis of Impulsivity
Yanagita, Bryan T.
McGrath, Shawn R.
Boley, Chance A.
Lagorio, Carla H.
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Delay discounting is a term that describes how the value of an outcome decreases as its receipt is delayed over time. This effect can be assessed by exposing subjects to repeated choices between a small reward delivered immediately versus a larger amount delivered after a delay. The purpose of this study was to compare delay discounting in two rat strains to evaluate cross-strain differences in impulsivity.
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