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Our Estimates of Food Value Run “Hot” and “Cold”

You’d probably pay more for a slice of pie before Thanksgiving dinner than afterwards, when you’re inevitably stuffed. Researchers explore how visceral states influence the value we place on food. ... More>


Hungry? Low Blood Sugar May Increase Support for Social Welfare

Katniss Everdeen's "Hunger Games" are entirely fictional, but new research suggests we developed a real-world hunger games of our own as a way of getting others to share resources. ... More>


Could Hunger Make Us More Charitable?


People Support Social Welfare When They’re Hungry Themselves


Hunger and Hoarding in the Welfare State