Worst correction ever

  • The article states the study took place in spring, but the data release states the study took place from October 18 to December 8
  • The article states the study was only two weeks
  • The article states the modal number of slices taken was 3
  • The article states 8 diners ate alone
  • The article states 52 ate in pairs
  • The article states only the consumption of pizza was measured
  • Kniffin, Kevin M., Sigirci, Ozge and Wansink, Brian (2016), “Eating Heavily: men Eat More in the Company of Women”
  • Just, David R. and Wansink, Brian (2011), “The Flat-rate Pricing Paradox: Conflicting Effects of ‘All-You-Can-Eat’ Buffet Pricing”
  • Just, David R., Sigirci, Ozge and Wansink, Brian (2014), “Lower Buffet Prices Lead to Less Taste Satisfaction”
  • Shimizu, Mitsuru, Payne, Collin R. and Wansink, Brian (2010), “When Snacks Become Meals: how Hunger and Environmental Cues Bias Food Intake”
  • Van Kleef, Ellen, Shimizu, Mitsuru and Wansink, Brian (2013), “Just a bite: considerably smaller snack portions satisfy delayed hunger and craving”
  • Wansink, Brian, Payne, Collin R. and Shimizu, Mitsuru (2010), “‘Is this a Meal or Snack?’ Situational Cues that Drive Perceptions”

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