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Saturday, March 31

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  2. page Speed of eating influence Research edited ... 10/29/11 Abstract ... minute and to determine whether ... in a TCA cafeteria during .…
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    minute and to determine whether
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    in a TCA cafeteria during
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    of eating. I asked someone to monitor or count other's folks per minute. There were
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    forks per minuteminute, and a person who monitors counted how
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    Chili Mac with thewiththe speed of
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    forks per minuteminute, and counteda person who monitors
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    per minute. People who eat less than 15 folks per minute regard as slow eaters. I came
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    conclusion that people'sone's speed of
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    affected by eating speed of
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    close to themhe or she while eating,eating because of
    Background
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    of eating) get affected byaffects others' speed
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    or not. (Related to crowd psychology)
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    influence on eating speed,speed of eating, because people
    Research
    Crowd Psychology is that individual can change his or her behavior along with the behavior of large group or others' behaviors.
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    Variables
    Independent: Four people I tested
    Constant: Type of food
    Dependent: Speed of eating of four people
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    Four people I tested for a test
    - Same kind of food (chili mac)
    - TimerTimer-A person who monitors others' folks per minute
    Procedure
    1) Seat on the same table with four people and start to eat. Make sure foods that people eat are the same foods since texture or taste of foods may affect peoples' speed of eating.
    2) Eat fast for fifteen forks per minute which is a standard of fast eater in this experiment.
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    of that person. person by using a person who will monitor others' folks per minute.
    4) For the second trial, eat slowly for seven forks per minute.
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    of that person. person
    by using a person who will monitor others' folks per minute.

    6) Repeat this trial and record others' forks per minute (eating speed of others).
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    Conclusion
    In conclusion, myMy hypothesis was right since personpeople who sat
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    and a personpeople who sat
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Tuesday, March 27

  1. page Impact of falsifying nutrition data edited ... The purpose of these data findings is to show that data that is provided by different resource…
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    The purpose of these data findings is to show that data that is provided by different resources may not be correct.
    Procedure:
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    the deviation between the calories claimed and the calories provided by other sources.
    2. When all of the data is collected, calculate the percent deviations by subtracting one from the quotient of the true number of calories by the calories claimed. Round each of the percents to the nearest whole number.
    3. When all of the percent deviations are calculated, find the average percent deviation of each of the sample data for both Subway and McDonald's sample data. Round each of the averages to the nearest tenth (+0.1).
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    13.8%
    The data for the calories claimed was collected from the business websites, while the data collected for the claimed websites came from a lab website or talk website.
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    Conclusion:
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  2. page Impact of falsifying nutrition data edited ... http://search.aol.com/search?s_it=topsearchbox.search&v_t=comsearch50&q=actual+calorie…
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    http://search.aol.com/search?s_it=topsearchbox.search&v_t=comsearch50&q=actual+calorie+count+McDonalds+Hamburger
    Subway's Sources:
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    provided that isare not Subway's
    http://calorielab.com/restaurants/subway-uk/3015
    Nutrition Facts provided by Subway themselves:
    http://www.newsandjava.com/Subway%20calorie%20chart.htm
    (Note: If any of the links do not provide a direct link, then just go to the first link listed on the search home page.)
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    is a deviationdifference between the
    Hypothesis:
    If we compare actual nutrition data that is provided by the actual website from both McDonald's and Subway to claimed data, then that data would be different from the data that was found on the actual McDonald's and Subway website.
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    Materials:
    Sources, the ones listed in the research.
    Purpose:
    The purpose of these data findings is to show that data that is provided by different resources may not be correct.
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    and then separatedseparate that data
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    two separate 2.data tables in order to show the deviation
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    When all
    3. When all of the percent deviations are calculated, find the average percent deviation of each of the sample data for both Subway and McDonald's sample data. Round each of the averages to the nearest tenth (+0.1).
    Results:
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    13.8%
    The data for the calories claimed was collected from the business websites, while the data collected for the claimed websites came from a lab website or talk website.
    Link to the graph of the data:
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    Conclusion:
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Sunday, January 22

  1. page Speed of eating influence Research edited ... - Timer Procedure ... eat are the same foods ... Eat fast so that it fits with for f…
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    - Timer
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    eat are the same foods
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    Eat fast so that it fits withfor fifteen forks
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    of fast eater.eater in this experiment.
    3) ObserveMeasure eating speed
    4) For the second trial, eat slowly for seven forks per minute.
    5) ObserveMeasure eating speed
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    forks per minute.minute (eating speed of others).
    Results
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    my hypothesis iswas right since
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    forks per minute.minute, and a person who sat next to me ate slow. Therefore, People I
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    follow along the speed withof eating of others. People wanthave emotional and psychological tendency to follow
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    is called 'mass psychology'.'Crowd Psychology'. In next
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    is called 'mass psychology'.'Crowd Psychology'.
    Background
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    per minute (speed of eating) get affected by others' forks per minutespeed of eating or not.
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    then others who sat close to that person will get
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    on eating speed from that person,speed, because people easily follow otherothers' behaviors.
    Research
    Crowd Psychology makesis that individual tocan change his
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    behavior along with the behavior of
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    group or other person.others' behaviors.
    "What Is Crowd Psychology?" WiseGEEK: Clear Answers for Common Questions. Web. 21 Jan. 2012. <http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-crowd-psychology.htm>.
    Variables
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    is to observecount one’s forks
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    minute and determiningto determine whether one can influence how quickly other people eat.eating speed of others. I set
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    experiment in thea TCA cafeteria
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    They had the same foods
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    age range iswas fifteen through
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    to me consumed.had. Another time,
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    of eating iswas at least
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    to get effectsaffected by what speed of other peopleothers who sat aroundclose to them while eating. People tend to eat more or less fromeating, because of the psychological effect such aswhich is called 'mass psychology'.
    Background
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  4. page Impact of falsifying nutrition data edited ... 13.8% The data for the calories claimed was collected from the business websites, while the d…
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    13.8%
    The data for the calories claimed was collected from the business websites, while the data collected for the claimed websites came from a lab website or talk website.
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    Conclusion:
    According to the data I collected, there is almost always a difference between the calories that are provided by one source and that of another. The calories and nutrition facts can be provided by various resources, but the official McDonald's and Subway websites may be the ones who are able to provide these nutrition facts properly, because they know all the indegrents in their food, because they are the producers. This still can not prove that the people who calculate these calories can be 100 percent precise, but they can be close. There should be no fear that the calorie intake should be more severe with eating a higher calorie healthy meal than a lower calorie unhealthy meal. Even if the calories may be higher for a healthier meal, it is healthier than any other unhealthy meal on the menu at either McDonald's or Subway.
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