At with growing delay, the extra immediate even though lesser rewards are preferred more than bigger, later rewards. The rate at which rewards are subjectively devalued slows down as delay increases, resulting in a steep-to-flat "discounting curve," suggesting that rewardsare devalued with time a lot more swiftly more than shorter delays than longer delays (Ainslie, 1975). This discounting functio


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