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From Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs
Cornell University Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management 17 Warren Hall Ithaca, NY 14853.
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5: Trigger Foods: The Influence of ``Irrelevant'' Alternatives in School Lunchrooms
Andrew S. Hanks, David Just and Brian Wansink
4: Pre-Ordering Systems Encourage Healthier Choices in School Lunchrooms
Andrew S. Hanks, David Just and Brian Wansink
3: Healthy Convenience: Nudging Students Toward Healthier Choices in Lunchroom
Andrew S. Hanks, David Just and Brian Wansink
2: Finger Fruits: Pre-Sliced Fruit in Schools Increases Sales and Intake
Brian Wansink, David Just and Andrew S. Hanks
1: Smarter Lunchrooms: Libertarian Paternalism Can Address New School Lunchroom Guidelines and Childhood Obesity
Andrew S. Hanks, David Just and Brian Wansink
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