Replication: Framing effects in intertemporal choice with children
Marco Novarese () and
Viviana Di Giovinazzo
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2021, vol. 82, issue C
This paper investigates the effects of framing in intertemporal choice by elementary school children. Sutter, Yilmaz, and Oberauer (2015) recently demonstrated that intertemporal choice in children is malleable with respect to simple defaults. Using a similar approach, we replicated their study. We also found that children are more willing to select the immediate option in (standard) control frames than in alternative ones that appear to promote delay of gratification. This finding is consistent with previous experiments on children as well as adults and may have implications for cultivating the ability to delay gratification in individuals.
Keywords: Children; Framing effect; Intertemporal choice; Delay of gratification; Replication (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C91 D03 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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