Veggies: The Name Game

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Would you be more likely to eat broccoli, spinach, and other vegetables if they sounded like something indulgent and sense-delighting, rather than something good for you? That question was the focus of a study published in Psychological Science in October 2019. Stanford University researchers conducted a series of experiments at five university dining halls across […]

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