Dominique-Laurent Couturier

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BACKGROUND Judgements of volume may influence the rate of consumption of alcohol and, in turn, the amount consumed. The aim of the current study was to examine the impact of the size and shape of wine glasses on perceptions of wine volume. METHODS Online experiment: Participants (n = 360; recruited via Mechanical Turk) were asked to match the volume of(More)
OBJECTIVE Executive function, impulsivity, and intelligence are correlated markers of cognitive resource that predict health-related behaviours. It is unknown whether executive function and impulsivity are unique predictors of these behaviours after accounting for intelligence. METHODS Data from 6069 participants from the Avon Longitudinal Study of(More)
BACKGROUND Despite attempts to improve diet at population level, people living in material and social deprivation continue to consume unhealthy diets. Executive function - the ability to regulate behaviour and resist impulses - is weaker in individuals living in deprivation. Dietary interventions that educate and persuade people to reflect on and actively(More)
BACKGROUND "Nudging"-modifying environments to change people's behavior, often without their conscious awareness-can improve health, but public acceptability of nudging is largely unknown. METHODS We compared acceptability, in the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States of America (USA), of government interventions to reduce consumption of(More)
BACKGROUND Wine glass size can influence both perceptions of portion size and the amount poured, but its impact upon purchasing and consumption is unknown. This study aimed to examine the impact of wine glass size on wine sales for on-site consumption, keeping portion size constant. METHODS In one establishment (with separate bar and restaurant areas) in(More)
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