Find peer-reviewed, published research using the Inquisit Delay Discounting Task
Cherek, D. R., Moeller, F. G, Dougherty, D. M., Rhoades, H. (1997). Studies of Violent and Nonviolent Male Parolees: II. Laboratory and Psychometric Measurements of Impulsivity. Biological Psychiatry, 41, 523-529.
Richards, J. B., Zhang, L., Mitchell, S. H., De Wit, H. (1999). Delay or probability discounting in a model of impulsive behavior: Effect of alcohol. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 71, 121-143.
Madden, G. J., Bickel, W. K., Jacobs, E. A. (1999). Discounting of Delayed Rewards in Opioid-Dependent Outpatients: Exponential or Hyperbolic Discounting Functions? Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 7, 284-293.
Moeller, F. G., Dougherty, D. M, Barratt, E. S., Oderinde, V, Mathias, C. W., Harper, R. A., Swann, A. C. (2002). Increased impulsivity in cocaine dependent subjects independent of antisocial personality disorder and aggression, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 68, 105-111.
Odum, A.L., Baumann, A.A.L., Rimington, D.D. (2006). Discounting of delayed hypothetical money and food: Effects of amount. Behavioural Processes, 73, 278-284.
Robles, E., Vargas, P. A., Bejarano, R. (2009). Within-subject differences in degree of delay discounting as a function of order of presentation of hypothetical cash rewards. Behavioral Processes, 81, 260-263.
Epstein, L. H., Salvy, S. J., Carr, K. A., Dearing, K. K., & Bickel, W. K. (July 01, 2010). Food reinforcement, delay discounting and obesity. Physiology & Behavior, 100, 5, 438-445.