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The Psychology of Nutrition

Imagine you are alone on a desert island for one year and you can have water and one other food. Your options: corn, alfalfa sprouts, hot dogs, spinach, peaches, bananas, milk chocolate. When asked this question, only 7% of people chose a food that could actually offer them the calories and nutrients they needed for survival. Read More

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Amie M. Gordon, Ph.D. is a post-doctoral scholar in Social-Personality Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. 


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