Power Of Imagination May Help Dieters

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A study by Carnegie Mellon researchers showed that when subjects spent time imagining they were eating a particular kind of candy, they ate less of that candy than did control groups. What do you think?

"I'm not sure I follow you. Where's the candy?"

Al Gibbs • Systems Analyst

"That sounds easier than me using my powers of eating less and exercising."

Tina Avila • Water Quality Tester


"How does one go about gaining admittance to this delicious ‘control group’?"

Norbert Bacich • Mixer