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Thinking Before Eating Leads Kids to Healthier Food Choices
One in five children in the United States struggles with childhood obesity, which has largely been linked to diet.
Very Well Family | August 2, 2021

Health News | Study Suggests Evaluating Peers' Food Choices May Improve Eating Habits Among Adolescents
A new study has found that incorporating evaluations of the healthiness of others' food choices can be a tool to fight unhealthy eating lifestyles.
Latestly | July 17, 2021

Study suggests evaluating peers' food choices may improve eating habits among adolescents
A new study has found that incorporating evaluations of the healthiness of others' food choices can be a tool to fight unhealthy eating lifestyles.
Devdiscourse | July 17, 2021

Evaluating peers' food choices may improve healthy eating habits among adolescents
Evaluating peers' food choices may improve healthy eating habits among adolescents
Dynamite News | July 17, 2021

Study suggests evaluating peers' food choices may improve eating habits among adolescents
A new study has found that incorporating evaluations of the healthiness of others' food choices can be a tool to fight unhealthy eating lifestyles.
Yahoo! Lifestyle India | July 17, 2021

Evaluating Peers’ Food Choices May Improve Healthy Eating Habits Among Young Adolescents
A new study conducted in the UAE investigates whether asking early adolescents to evaluate the food choices of peers triggers deliberative thinking that improves their own food selection, even when the peers’ food choices are unhealthy.
Psychreg | July 15, 2021

Evaluating friends' diets can improve children's eating habits
Getting children to evaluate their peers' dietary choices could help them improve their own diet, new research has found.
MSN UK | July 15, 2021

Evaluating peers' food choices may improve healthy eating habits among young adolescents
A new study investigates whether asking early adolescents to evaluate the food choices of peers triggers deliberative thinking that improves their own food selection, even when the peers' food choices are unhealthy
EurekAlert | July 15, 2021

Teamwork counts more for men than women
Stanford’s Edward Lazear and Kathryn Shaw demonstrated in 2007 that businesses and other organizations were increasingly relying on group work. Since then, such work has become a mainstay, especially in the technology and engineering industries.
Chicago Booth Review | October 21, 2020

How life will look after Covid-19, from the economy to education
Welcome to the new normal: how life will change, for better and for worse, after the pandemic passes.
Wired | May 26, 2020

Jobs for the boys? New study shows how career paths can be guided by gender
NYU Abu Dhabi professor's research reveals workers are allowing gender stereotypes to put limits on their own ambitions.
The National | November 24, 2018