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Rotating plates: Online study demonstrates the importance of orientation in the plating of food
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Influence of the glassware on the perception of alcoholic drinks
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The insectivore's dilemma, and how to take the West out of it
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Searching for triangles: An extension to food and packaging
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The relationship between adolescents' pain catastrophizing and attention bias to pain faces is moderated by attention control.
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Does relative out-group size in neighborhoods drive down associational life of Whites in the U.S.? Testing constrict, conflict and contact theories.
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A significant risk factor for poststroke depression: the depression-related subnetwork.
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