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Series

Approximately half of the studies on the CISER archive fileserver are part of a series. Below is a list of those series.


R-Squared

The following studies have been processed to be transparent and reproducible through CISER's Results Replication (R-Squared) service.


Attractive Names Sustain Increased Vegetable Intake in Schools

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Wansink, Brian, David R. Just, Collin R. Payne, and Matthew Z. Klinger (2018) [PI].  Preventive Medicine 2018; V107: 114-115 [Producer].  
ABSTRACT: 

The October 2012 issue of Preventive Medicine contained an article titled "Attractive Names Sustain Increased Vegetable Intake in Schools," (Preventive Med 2012; 55:4, 330-332).

A Corrigendum to the original article was published in Preventive Medicine 107:February...  more

STUDY YEARS: 2008  
CATEGORIES: Health:  Nutrition
CODEBOOK: R2E-WANSINK-2018  

Can Branding Improve School Lunches?

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Wansink B, Just DR, Payne CR [PI].  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (2012) 166 (10):967-968 [Producer].  
ABSTRACT: Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2012;166(10):967-968....  more
STUDY YEARS: 2012  
CATEGORIES: Health:  Nutrition
CODEBOOK: R2E-WANSINK-2012  

Eating Heavily: Men Eat More in the Company of Women

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Kevin M. Kniffin, Ozge Sigirci, and Brian Wansink 2016 [PI].  Evolutionary Psychological Science (2016) 2:38-46 [Producer].  Springer International Publishing 2015 [Distributor].  
ABSTRACT: Sexual selection has been commonly considered by evolutionary psychologists interested in eating disorders among women; however, comparable attention has not been paid to problematic eating by men. We present the results of a field study through which we find that men eat more...  more
STUDY YEARS: 2016  
CATEGORIES: Social stratification and groupings:  Gender roles
CODEBOOK: R2E-KNIFFIN-2016  

How Parents Fare: Mothers and Fathers Subjective Well-Being in Time with Children

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Musick, Kelly, Ann Meier, and Sarah Flood [PI].  American Sociological Review [Producer].  American Sociological Association [Distributor].  
NOTE: Article DOI: 10.1177/0003122416663917  
ABSTRACT: PI-provided abstract: The shift to more time-intensive and child-centered parenting in the U.S. is widely assumed to be positively linked to healthy child development, but implications for adult well-being are less clear. We assess multiple dimensions of parents...  more
STUDY YEARS: 2016  
CATEGORIES: Social stratification and groupings:  Child development and child rearing,  Gender roles
Society and culture:  Time use
CODEBOOK: R2-MUSICK-2016  

Low prices and high regret: how pricing influences regret at all-you-can-eat buffets

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Ozge Sigirci and Brian Wansink (2015) [PI].  BMC Nutrition (2015) 1:36 [Producer].  
ABSTRACT: Background: In this study we shed light on an unknown area of research: whether the price paid for a meal influenced consumers perceptions of fullness, and feelings of guilt and regret about how much they ate. This has implications for consumers, restaurants and public health....  more
STUDY YEARS: 2015  
CATEGORIES: Economics:  Consumer behavior
CODEBOOK: R2E-SIGIRCI-2015  

Lower Buffet Prices Lead to Less Taste Satisfaction

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  David R. Just. Ozge Sigirci, Brian Wansink [PI].  Journal of Sensory Studies (2017) [Producer].  Wiley Periodicals, Inc [Distributor].  
NOTE: This 2017 erratum corrects the article: Lower Buffet Prices Lead to Less Taste Satisfaction, Journal of Sensory Studies 29 (2014) 362-370.  
ABSTRACT: A field experiment was conducted to assess how diners taste evaluations change based on how much they paid for an all-you-can-eat (AYCE) buffet. Diners at an AYCE restaurant were either charged $4 or $8 for an Italian lunch buffet. Their taste evaluation of each piece of pizza...  more
STUDY YEARS: 2017  
CATEGORIES: Economics:  Consumer behavior
CODEBOOK: R2E-JUST-2017  

Peak-end pizza: prices delay evaluations of quality

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  David R Just, Ozge Sigirci, and Brian Wansink [PI].  Journal of Product & Brand Management, Vol. 26 Iss 4 pp. 429-432 [Producer].  
ABSTRACT: 

PI-provided Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to determine if the level of payment required for consumption changed the relationship between a consumers overall evaluation of a hedonic consumption experience and the evaluation of first, middle, last...  more

STUDY YEARS: 2015  
CATEGORIES: Economics:  Consumer behavior
CODEBOOK: R2E-JUST-2015  

The Role of Education Interventions in Improving Economic Rationality

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Kim, Hyuncheol Bryant; Syngjoo Choi; Booyuel Kim; Cristian Pop-Eleches [PI].  -- CISER Version 2.0 -- Science 362(6410), pp. 83-86 (2018) [Producer].  American Association for the Advancement of Science [Distributor].  
ABSTRACT: PI-Provided Abstract:

Schooling rewards people with labor market returns and non-pecuniary benefits in other realms of life. However, there is no experimental evidence showing that education interventions improve individual economic rationality. ...  more

STUDY YEARS: 2018  
CATEGORIES: Economics:  Other or unspecified
Education:  Student retention
CODEBOOK: R2-KIM-2018  

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