JOY had always been an idiosyncratic operation
January 5, 2019 12:23 AM Subscribe
In 2009, Cornell food psychologist Brian Wansink published "The Joy of Cooking Too Much", where "...[he] had examined the cookbook’s recipes in multiple 'Joy' editions, beginning with the 1936 version, and determined that their calorie counts had increased over time by an average of forty-four per cent." In 2018, Buzzfeed News published an exposé on p-hacking at the Cornell Food and Brand Lab, based on work by Wansink's critics, and in light of that, "Joy" decided to investigate more closely.
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