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the standard of rational choice in the field of economics (e.g.,  Loewenstein, 1992 ; Samuelson, 1937 ). Findings of better fits with a hyperbolic, non-rational model take on importance in the study of impulsive behavior. The quality of the fit index

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) Cultural bias, rational choice, and age should be considered. Griffiths et al. (2016) Gaming despite negative consequences Are the negative consequences short-term or long-term? Griffiths et al. (2016) Withdrawal The response to an immediate disruption of

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