I cooked it myself: Preparing food increases liking and consumption

@inproceedings{Dohle2014ICI,
  title={I cooked it myself: Preparing food increases liking and consumption},
  author={Simone Dohle and Sina Rall and Michael Siegrist},
  year={2014}
}
  • Simone Dohle, Sina Rall, Michael Siegrist
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Abstract Research has demonstrated that people like and overvalue objects that they have created themselves. In the present study, whether preparing food increases the liking for and consumption of food was examined. Participants ( N  = 60) tasted a high-calorie milkshake that was either self-prepared or other-prepared, i.e., prepared by the experimenter. The self-prepared milkshake received higher liking ratings than the other-prepared milkshake. In addition, participants who prepared the… CONTINUE READING

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