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Can there ever be too many options? A meta‐analytic review of choice overload Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Greifeneder, Rainer 2010
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Dining in the dark: the importance of visual cues for food consumption and satiety Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Wansink, Brian 2010
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Expectations of clumpy resources influence predictions of sequential events Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Wilke, Andreas 2011
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Fast and frugal food choices: uncovering individual decision heuristics Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Miesler, Linda 2007
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Genetic influences on dietary variety - Results from a twin study Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Van den Berg, Stéphanie M.; Hatemi, Peter K.; ... Vogler, Christian 2014
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Introduction to the special issue on assortment structure and choice Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M. 2009
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Older but not wiser—Predicting a partner's preferences gets worse with age Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Mata, Jutta 2011
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Predicting children's meal preferences: how much do parents know? Mata, Jutta; Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M. 2008
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What moderates the too-much-choice effect? Scheibehenne, Benjamin; Todd, Peter M.; Greifeneder, Rainer 2009