Intertemporal decision making studies on the working of Myopia - 1999

Gattig, A. (Creator), University of Groningen, 10-Jul-2007


  • Alexander Gattig (Creator)


This study deals with questions concerning decision making, and rational choices. It was first investigated when people are more likely to be driven by their short-term interests and hence neglect future consequences. Second, it was investigated which people are most likely to take long-term consequences of their immediate actions into account. Finally, the question was considered whether and how behavioral regularities observed in intertemporal choice can be generalized to other choice domains where people have to make similar tradeoffs.
Date made available10-Jul-2007
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Temporal coverage1999 - 1999
Date of data production1999
Geographical coverageThe Netherlands
Access to the dataset Restricted

    Keywords on Datasets

  • personality, human behaviour, social psychology
Related Publications
  1. Intertemporal decision making: studies on the working of myopia

    Gattig, A. L. W. 2002 Groningen: [S.n.]. 257 p.

    Research output: ThesisThesis fully internal (DIV)

View all (1) »

View graph of relations

ID: 50471708