# psy

<22{3[2(08)]}> Surveys show that people who use calorie information to decide which foods to eat consume on average 100 calories less than they would if they didn’t check calorie information before eating. Strangely though, people who use calorie information in this way weigh more on average than people who don’t check calorie information before eating.
Which one of the following, if true, best explains the surprising statistic stated above? (Points : 1)
There are fewer people who check calorie information before eating than people who don’t check calorie information before eating.
People who usually check calorie information before eating consume more calories if they stop checking.
Some people who check calorie information before eating don’t consume any fewer calories than they would if they didn’t check.
People with a weight problem are most likely to check calorie information before eating.

leaning toward: People with a weight problem are most likely to check calorie information before eating.

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1. Absolutely!

Are these college or high school questions?

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posted by Ms. Sue
2. yes that is correct pertaining to ashford studies

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posted by sunshyne434

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