Open Floor Plans May Lead to Overeating

Michael O. Garvey | September 10, 2016

Open Floor Plans

No competent food critic reviews a restaurant without taking into consideration the ambience of the place, because whether or not a meal is enjoyable greatly depends upon the environment in which it is served.

According to Kim Rollings, assistant professor in the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture, dining environments can have even more serious consequences for eating behaviors, and in an article published recently in the journal Environment and Behavior she and Nancy Wells, an environmental psychologist from Cornell University, describe some of them.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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