Food psychology studies what, when, how and why we as human beings eat. Better understanding the answers to these questions can help individuals and families become and stay healthy, and help people, economies and governments save money on health care.

Researchers at Cornell University’s innovative Food & Brand Lab, led by eating behavior expert Dr. Brian Wansink, have been doing fascinating research in food psychology. Using what you know about food and eating behavior, can you figure out which of the following statements are true and which are false, per Cornell Food & Brand Lab researchers?