How visibility and convenience influence candy consumption.

  title={How visibility and convenience influence candy consumption.},
  author={James E. Painter and Brian Wansink and Julie B Hieggelke},
  volume={38 3},
How do environmental factors, such as a food’s visibility or convenience, influence one’s consumption volume of that food? Knowing the impact of these factors could help individuals better monitor and manage consumption tendencies of which they or their families may be unaware (Rolls, Engell & Birch, 2000). Yet surprisingly little research has investigated the impact of either visibility or convenience on consumption. What has been done has generated largely inconsistent findings. * James E… CONTINUE READING

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