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Atlantic Monthly: Beating Obesity

May 2010. Retrieved online: May 4, 2010, from Marc Ambinder, Atlantic Monthly magazine Read the Atlantic Monthly magaize article “Beating Obesity” for reference to Dr. Collin Payne’s research. …Over the past two decades, as the U.S. economy shed manufacturing jobs,…
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Research & Resources: Researcher hungers for answers about eating habits

Spring 2009. Retrieved online October 6, 2009 by Staff NMSU Research & Resources Making kids eat all of the food on their dinner plates is supposed to help them grow big and strong. But now a New Mexico State University…
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The New York Times: Nudges by Chopstick

August 26, 2009. Retrieved online October 13, 2009 from Freakonomics, The New York Times Brian Wansink and Collin Payne recently examined the relationship between Body Mass Index (BMI) and eating behaviors at all-you-can-eat Chinese buffets. The researchers found that customers…
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Jerusalem Post: Health Scan

March 22, 2009. Retrieved online October 9, 2009 from Judy Siegel-Itzkovich. Jerusalem Post ‘CLEAN PLATE CLUB’ has a DOWN SIDE “Parents may have good intentions by forcing their kids to eat everything on their plate, but this approach may backfire,…
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The Times of India: Forcing kids to clean plate may backfire

March 11, 2009. Retrieved online October 9, 2009 from No Byline. The Times of India Forcing kids to clean plate may backfire “WASHINGTON: The next time you force your kids to clean their plate and eat the meal, just give…
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ScienceDaily: Eat Your Vegetables-Preschoolers Love Vegetables With Catchy Names

March 4, 2009. Retrieved online October 8, 2009 from No byline. ScienceDaily Eat Your Vegetables: Preschoolers Love Vegetables With Catchy Names Like ‘X-Ray Vision Carrots’ And ‘Tomato Bursts’ “ScienceDaily (Mar. 4, 2009) — Do you have a picky preschooler who’s…
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WebMD: Too Much ‘Joy’ in Cookbook Calories?

February 17, 2009. Retrieved online October 8, 2009 from Miranda Hitti. Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD. WebMD Study Shows Ballooning Portion Size, Heftier Ingredients in Classic Recipes “Feb. 17, 2009 — Calorie counts in several classic recipes have crept up…
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Unlearning bad habits

October 16, 2008 by Jenna Candelaria NMSU Round Up The lessons we learned as children may be causing poor eating habits and obesity, according to research by NMSU Marketing Professor Collin Payne. Working with Cornell University Researcher Brian Wansink, Payne’s…
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USA Today: ‘Joy of Cooking’ recipes have more calories than ever, study shows

October 6, 2008. Retrieved online October 8, 2008 from Nanci Hellmich USA Today Study Shows Ballooning Portion Size, Heftier Ingredients in Classic Recipes “PHOENIX — Next time you whip up a classic recipe from The Joy of Cooking, consider this:…
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USA Today: Overweight diners’ habits at Chinese buffets are revealing

October 1, 2008. Retrieved online October 8, 2009 from Nanci Hellmich USA Today Overweight diners’ habits at Chinese buffets are revealing “When it comes to eating at Chinese buffets, normal-weight diners have a much different approach from that of obese…
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