Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1):111-111 (2000)

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The concept of behavioural mass provides one avenue for justifying (or making rational) the phenomenon of declining impatience, according to which decision makers put more value on delays that will occur in the near future than on those that will occur later.
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