How highlighted utensils influence consumption in a dark setting.

@article{Stok2018HowHU,
  title={How highlighted utensils influence consumption in a dark setting.},
  author={F Marijn Stok and Astrid F. Junghans and Denise T D de Ridder and Britta Renner and C Evers},
  journal={Psychology & health},
  year={2018},
  volume={33 10},
  pages={
          1302-1314
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Previous research has shown that people consume less food in the dark compared to normal vision conditions. While this effect is commonly attributed to increased attention to internal cues, it could also be caused by increased difficulty to maneuver in a dark setting. This study investigated this potential alternative explanation. DESIGN A 2 (dark versus normal vision setting) × 2 (highlighted versus non-highlighted utensils) between-subjects design was employed. MAIN OUTCOME… CONTINUE READING
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