Cognitive Effort Discounting Task (COGED)

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Cognitive Effort Discounting Task - English

A procedure by Westbrook et al (2013) measuring the monetary value associated with cognitive effort.
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Last Updated: Mar 5, 2022, 12:14AM

Cognitive Effort Discounting Task with Gain/Loss Condition - English

Extends the Westbrook et al (2013) procedure for measuring the monetary value of cognitive effort with a gain/loss condition.
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Cognitive Effort Discounting Task with Speech Task - English

A procedure by McLaughlin et al (2020) measuring the monetary value associated with cognitive effort using a speech task.
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References

Search Google Scholar for peer-reviewed, published research using the Inquisit Cognitive Effort Discounting Task (COGED).

Adjustments to reported z-scores of extreme hit and false alarm rates as described by: Gregg, A. & Sedikides, C. (2010). Narcissistic Fragility: Rethinking Its Links to Explicit and Implicit Self-esteem, Self and Identity, 9:2, 142-161 (p.148)

Westbrook A, Kester D, Braver TS (2013). What Is the Subjective Cost of Cognitive Effort? Load, Trait, and Aging Effects Revealed by Economic Preference. Pessiglione M, ed. PLoS One 981 8:e68210.

McLaughlin, D.J, Todd S. Braver,T.S., Peelle, J.E. (2020). Measuring the Subjective Cost of Listening Effort Using a Discounting Task.