Howard Rachlin is Emeritus Research Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York 11794, USA. He is one founders of Behavioral Economics that is based on animal as well as human research. His current research focuses on the pattern of choice over time and how that pattern effects self-control. This is applied to cooperation across time within an individual and is also applied to social cooperation. His interests in Behavioral Economics includes: Decision making; Prisoner dilemma; Addiction; and Gambling.

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