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comment Why prefer “99% fat free” to “1% fat”?
@CongXu added an answer elaborating on results.
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answered Why prefer “99% fat free” to “1% fat”?
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revised Are there any open task sets available to assess workload using secondary task measures?
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revised Is it possible to become totally envy free?
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revised In which situation should structural dissociation theory be applied?
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comment Why prefer “99% fat free” to “1% fat”?
There are a few studies here that specifically look at fat statements: Sanford, A. J., Fay, N., Stewart, A., & Moxey, L. (2002). Perspective in statements of quantity, with implications for consumer psychology. Psychological Science, 13(2), 130-134.
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revised Why do people want what they don't have now?
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revised In which situation should structural dissociation theory be applied?
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answered Is it possible to become totally envy free?
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revised Is it possible to become totally envy free?
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revised Current diagnostic interviews for DSM-V
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answered Is it possible to think in a second language?
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revised Is it possible to think in a second language?
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revised What is the effect of studying logic or mathematics on general thinking skills?
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answered Current diagnostic interviews for DSM-V
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comment Why prefer “99% fat free” to “1% fat”?
@chuck Whatever you like. I wasn't sure whether we should have a plain "marketing" tag, but I figured "consumer-psychology" could probably be used on just about any marketing question.
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revised Why prefer “99% fat free” to “1% fat”?
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asked What is the relationship between Big 5 personality and the theory of planned behaviour?
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revised Classic cognitive neuroscience studies that highlight conclusions that could not be drawn from behavioral experiments
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