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Previous studies have obtained inconsistent findings about emotional influence on intertemporal choice (IC). In the present study, we first examined the effect of temporary emotional priming induced by affective pictures in a trial-to-trial paradigm on IC. The results showed that negative priming resulted in much higher percentages of trials during which smaller-but-sooner reward (SS%) were chosen compared with positive and neutral priming. Next, we attempted to explore the possible mechanismsdoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00468 pmid:25941508 pmcid:PMC4400848 fatcat:37tcorg4ynf4bbp3fi2jwyznuy