Yann Cornil
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Pleasure as a Substitute for Size: How Multisensory Imagery Can Make People Happier with Smaller Food Portions
Y Cornil, P Chandon
Journal of Marketing Research, 2015
1462015
Pleasure as an Ally of Healthy Eating? Contrasting Visceral and Epicurean Eating Pleasure and their Association with Portion Size Preferences and Wellbeing
Y Cornil, P Chandon
Appetite, 2015
1032015
From Fan to Fat? Vicarious Losing Increases Unhealthy Eating, but Self-Affirmation Is an Effective Remedy
Y Cornil, P Chandon
Psychological Science 24 (10), 1936-1946, 2013
882013
Moralities in food and health research
S Askegaard, N Ordabayeva, P Chandon, T Cheung, Z Chytkova, Y Cornil, ...
Journal of Marketing Management 30 (17-18), 1800-1832, 2014
572014
The acuity of vice: Attitude ambivalence improves visual sensitivity to increasing portion sizes
Y Cornil, N Ordabayeva, U Kaiser, B Weber, P Chandon
Journal of Consumer Psychology 24 (2), 177-187, 2014
512014
Does Red Bull give wings to vodka? Placebo effects of marketing labels on perceived intoxication and risky attitudes and behaviors
Y Cornil, P Chandon, A Krishna
Journal of consumer psychology 27 (4), 456-465, 2017
132017
Mind over stomach: A review of the cognitive drivers of food satiation
Y Cornil
Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2 (4), 419-429, 2017
112017
Easy, breezy, risky: Lay investors fail to diversify because correlated assets feel more fluent and less risky
Y Cornil, DJ Hardisty, Y Bart
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 153, 103-117, 2019
7*2019
Plaisir épicurien, plaisir viscéral et préférence de tailles de portions alimentaires
Y Cornil, P Chandon, N Touati
Cahiers de Nutrition et de Diététique 53 (2), 77-85, 2018
72018
Portion size selection in children: Effect of sensory imagery for snacks varying in energy density
C Lange, C Schwartz, C Hachefa, Y Cornil, S Nicklaus, P Chandon
Appetite, 104656, 2020
42020
The Diversification Paradox: How Lay Investors Perceive Risk and Covariance Information
Y Cornil, Y Bart
ACR North American Advances, 2013
42013
Food as Fuel: Performance Goals Increase Consumption of High-Calorie Foods at the Expense of Good Nutrition
Y Cornil, P Gomez, D Vasiljevic
Journal of Consumer Research, 2020
32020
The Secret Ingredient Is Me: Customization Prompts Self-Image-Consistent Product Perceptions
AK Klesse, Y Cornil, DW Dahl, N Gros
Journal of Marketing Research 56 (5), 879-893, 2019
22019
Sensory Or Nutrition Menu Labeling? a Field Experiment in Aligning Public Health and Restaurant Business Goals
Y Cornil, P Chandon
ACR North American Advances, 2017
22017
Effects of snack portion size on anticipated and experienced hunger, eating enjoyment, and perceived healthiness among children
C Schwartz, C Lange, C Hachefa, Y Cornil, S Nicklaus, P Chandon
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 17 (1), 1-14, 2020
12020
HOW MINDFULNESS CAN BENEFIT TO SNACKING?
Y Cornil
ANNALS OF NUTRITION AND METABOLISM 71, 1340-1340, 2017
12017
Epicurean pleasure and food portion sizes: rethinking the link between pleasure and overeating
Y Cornil
CORRESPONDANCES EN METABOLISMES HORMONES DIABETES ET NUTRITION 24 (3), 96-99, 2020
2020
Stating the Obvious: How “Ugly” Labels Can Increase Purchase of Unappealing Produce and Reduce Waste
S Mookerjee, Y Cornil, J Hoegg
ACR North American Advances, 2019
2019
Use of Sensory Food Imagery to Drive Children to Choose Smaller Portions of Healthy and Unhealthy Snacks
S Nicklaus, C Schwartz, C Lange, Y Cornil, P Chandon
ACR North American Advances, 2019
2019
Can sensory food imagery lead children to choose and eat smaller portions of healthy and unhealthy snacks?
C Lange, C Hachefa, Y Cornil, S Nicklaus, C Schwartz, P Chandon
8. european conference on sensory and consumer research (eurosense), 1 p., 2018
2018
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