Maarten W. Bos and Amy J. C. Cuddy looked at whether the size of your electronic device can dictate assertive behavior "
Click here to read the whole article
The utensils used to eat can have an effect on the taste and amount of food that people consume. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Read more
Dr. Brian Wansink and Dr. David R. Just, of the Food & Brand Lab at Cornell University, found that people tend to eat more of an item if its sizeRead more
Are people with laptops and big phones more assertive than iPod and feature-phone users? Or do assertive people just tend to get biggerRead more
The study found that labeling a food as "regular" or "double size" affects how much consumers will eat, regardless of how big or small theRead more