Research and Stats

Episode 13: What Your Grocery Store Knows About You

Psychological research in your life: does your local grocery store know more about you than you do? We take a look at the research that’s been done to learn more about your behavior in the supermarket and how that information is used to get you to buy more than you planned for.

How to Buy Food: The Psychology of the Supermarket




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    Marquelle Whisenton

    May 3, 2007

    I don’t think the grocery store knows more about me than I do. I thought a lot of these facts are very interesting like the barbecue sauce – I had no clue about those things or even the interest to research it.

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