2/2/2012

Women tend to match their companion's eating speed and overall eating behavior, possibly to create a favorable impression, which may help explain why people tend to adjust their food intake and eat more when dining with others, according to a study in PLoS One. Another study, published in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, revealed that college students with a compliant personality were more likely to eat more M&Ms when someone offered them the candy.

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