The Huffington Post:
A new study published in the journal Psychological Science reveals that the last bite of chocolate you eat will probably taste the best.
The study, authored by Ed O’Brien and Phoebe C. Ellsworth of the University of Michigan, piggybacked off previous studies about salient endings. One forerunner had demonstrated that students felt greater affection for their school when reminded about graduation than students not reminded of graduation. The authors explain, in relation to food:
Imagine that your favorite restaurant is closing, and you final meal tastes especially delicious. Is it actually more tasty than normal, or is it just more enjoyable because you know it is the last one?
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