Avery Holton Quoted in KSL News Story About Warning Labels
A new study appearing in Psychological Science suggests the avoidance effect people experience when reading warning labels on potentially harmful foods and drugs such as cigarettes and artificial sweeteners may be more ephemeral than previously thought. In fact, such labels may drive people to consume more of those harmful foods and drugs over time. Avery Holton provided some thoughts on the study, offering insights into exactly why this might occur. Read the full story from KSL here.