Scientist: The memory can fool the stomach

January 29, 2013 21:40

BRISTOL, January 29. Memories of the great portions of food can make people feel more full, while vague memories of eating have the opposite effect, the researchers said.

Jeffrey Branstorm, an experimental psychologist at Universtitet Bristol in the UK, believes that our memory affects the amount of food we eat.

In the new study Branstorm and his colleagues took a group of 100 people. They showed pictures with a plate of tomato soup: one half — with 300 ml of soup, the other half — with 500 ml of soup.

Then each participant was taken

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