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In an inter-temporal choice (IteCh) task, subjects are offered a smaller amount of money immediately or a larger amount at a later time point. Here, we are using trial-by-trial fMRI data from 363 recording sessions and machine learning in an attempt to build a classifier that would ideally outperform established behavioral model given that it has access to brain activity specific to a single trial. Such methods could allow for future investigations of state-like factors that influence IteChdoi:10.1101/866285 fatcat:kcxazzhme5dgtpvgdse5cnjzgi