Mindless Eating

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    » Plate Size
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Winsank, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University did a study on how much food a person would put on a large plate and then a small plate at a buffet restaurant. He also did a second study on how cup/glass shape can influence how much we drink.
    » Glass shape and size
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Winsank, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University did a study on how cup/glass shape can influence how much we drink.
    » Chicken Wing Study
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Wansink, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University did a study on how many chicken wings a people will have at a restaurant
    » McSubway Study
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Wansink, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University did a study on how much food and calories college students would consume in a meal/day when given free coupons to McDonalds and Subway.
    » Candy Dish
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Wansink, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University did a study to see if the location of a candy dish in an office influenced how much candy a person ate in a day.
    » Bottomless Soup bowl
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Winsank, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University did a study on how much soup a person would eat when it didn’t look as though there bowl was empty.
    » Mindless Eating Interview
    Our essential question is: “What influences my food choices?” You will watch a segment where Brian Wansink, Professor of Marketing and the Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab in the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, did a study (and wrote a book ) on mindless eating.
    » Brian Wansink at Cornell University Food & Brand Lab
    To learn more information about Mindless Eating checkout the Cornell University Food and Brand Lab website!