FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Willpower is the worst, how bias is formed, and the best use for turkey

by | Nov 18, 2016
For the Love of Food

For the Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. 

This week willpower is the worst, how bias is formed, and the best use for turkey.

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6 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Willpower is the worst, how bias is formed, and the best use for turkey”

  1. Paulina Popovskaia says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DARYA! Hope you have a wonderful day & that you get to enjoy something delicious!

  2. Raine Mertz says:

    I found your link on the myth of self-control particularly interesting, thank you! I think portraying the marshmallow test in a different light of as to the reasons behind the reactions whether than a blanket statment of “this child is better at self control tha this one” is a fascinating perspective.

  3. Anne says:

    Darya – lately your blog is filled with bad science websites… let’s get back to proper science please 🙂

  4. Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for these related links. Perfect timing. Especially enjoyed reading “red is good.”

  5. Erika says:

    I have seen the duck/bunny picture before, I always see the bunny. I wonder what that means? Fascinating article!

  6. SuzyQ says:

    I really like the idea of “diluting the power of temptation” from “The myth of self control.” It says, “The students who exerted more self-control were not more successful in accomplishing their goals. It was the students who experienced fewer temptations overall who were more successful…” Very interesting way to go about succeeding – avoid situations that require you to resist the things that tempt you away from your goals in the first place.

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