Comparison of three nudge interventions (priming, default option, and perceived variety) to promote vegetable consumption in a self-service buffet setting

@inproceedings{Friis2017ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of three nudge interventions (priming, default option, and perceived variety) to promote vegetable consumption in a self-service buffet setting},
  author={Rasmus Friis and Laurits Rohden Skov and Annemarie Olsen and Katherine M Appleton and Laure Saulais and Caterina Dinnella and Heather Hartwell and Laurence Depezay and Erminio Monteleone and Agn{\`e}s Giboreau and Federico J A Perez-Cueto},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Dietary choices in out-of-home eating are key for individual as well as for public health. These dietary choices are caused by a wide array of determinants, one of which is automatic decision-making. Nudging is attracting considerable interest due to its understanding and application of heuristic biases among consumers. The aim of this study is to test and compare three nudges in promoting vegetable consumption among test persons in a food lab-based experiment. METHODS The initial… CONTINUE READING

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