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Unread 01-27-2012, 01:09 PM
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Default The Dieter's Paradox

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"But the reality is that human are able to do a wide variety of mental gymnastics in how they approach life" humans*
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I'd be curious to see whether adding more healthy foods would cause people's calorie estimations to go down further. If you had people compare a meal of just a hamburger to a meal of a hamburger, celery sticks, an apple, and some broccoli, how many would judge the second meal to be lower in calories? It would be difficult to get the same person to judge the second meal to be lower in calories (if you give them time to think about it), but it wouldn't surprise me if a group estimating the second meal came up with a lower calorie count than a group estimating the first meal.
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The author of that paper may have studied it, he's done a bunch of work in this area.
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