Food Quality and Preference, 0950-3293

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  1. Nudging health: Scarcity cues boost healthy consumption among fast rather than slow strategists (and abundance cues do the opposite)

    Fennis, B. M., Gineikiene, J., Barauskaite, D. & van Koningsbruggen, G. M., 8-May-2020, In : Food Quality and Preference. 85, 10 p., 103967.

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  2. Surprise labels increase indulgent food portion size choice

    Schumacher, A., Goukens, C. & Geyskens, K., Jul-2020, In : Food Quality and Preference. 83, 6 p., 103919.

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  3. Blockwise simple component analysis via rotation, constraints or penalties, with an application to product × attribute × panelist data

    Kiers, H. A. L., Timmerman, M. E. & Ceulemans, E., Jul-2018, In : Food Quality and Preference. 67, p. 35-48 14 p.

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  4. Social proof in the supermarket: Promoting healthy choices under low self-control conditions

    Salmon, S. J., De Vet, E., Adriaanse, M. A., Fennis, B. M., Veltkamp, M. & De Ridder, D. T. D., Oct-2015, In : Food Quality and Preference. 45, p. 113-120 8 p.

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  5. What reported food-evoked emotions may add: A model to predict consumer food choice

    Gutjar, S., Dalenberg, J. R., de Graaf, C., de Wijk, R. A., Palascha, A., Renken, R. J. & Jager, G., Oct-2015, In : Food Quality and Preference. 45, p. 140-148 9 p.

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