This is an fMRI study of the magnitude effect in intertemporal choice, which refers to the phenomenon that people become more patient as the magnitude of all of their options increases. We scanned participants in 2 blocked sessions each of low and high magnitude decisions. The study was conducted at two different sites with different scanners and data acquisition specifications.
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- Ian C. Ballard
- Bokyung Kim
- Anthony Liatsis
- Gökhan Aydogan
- Jonathan D. Cohen
- Samuel M. McClure
Contact Information:Name: Ian C. Ballard
Acknowledgements and Funding:
This work was supported by NIA grant R01 031310 (JDC) and NSF grant 1358507 (SMM). We thank Matt Samberg for help with fMRI data collection, and George Loewenstein and Wouter van den Bos for useful comments.
Siemans Allegra 3T and GE Discovery 3T
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This data was obtained from the OpenfMRI database. Its accession number is ds000223
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