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Temporal discounting refers to the tendency of humans and many animals to devalue rewards as a function of time. Steep discounting of value over time is associated with a range of psychiatric disorders, including substance use disorders and behavioral addictions, and therefore of potentially high clinical relevance. One cognitive factor that has repeatedly been shown to reduce temporal discounting in humans is episodic future thinking, the process of vividly imagining future outcomes, which hasdoi:10.1101/2020.03.24.005892 fatcat:b6rmhn64qrgepd5ma6atm2fnei