David Just

Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Professor

Ithaca, NY

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

18

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Scholarly Papers (18)

1.

Mindless Eating and Healthy Heuristics for the Irrational

American Economic Review, Vol. 99, p. 165, 2009
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 31 Jul 2014
Brian Wansink, David Just and Collin R. Payne
Cornell University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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Chefs Move to Schools: A Pilot Examination of How Chef-Created Dishes Can Increase School Lunch Participation and Fruit and Vegetable Intake

Just, David R., Brian Wansink, and Andrew S. Hanks (2014), “Chefs Move to Schools: A Preliminary Examination of How Chef-created Dishes can Increase School Lunch Participation and Fruit and Vegetable Intake, Appetite, 83:242-247.,
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 11 Sep 2014 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2017
David Just, Brian Wansink and Andrew Hanks
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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Food Preferences, Food Habit, Child Behavior, Child Nutrition Sciences

Do Psychological Shocks Affect Financial Risk Taking Behavior? A Study of U.S. Veterans

Contemporary Economic Policy 31.3, 457-467, July 2013
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 31 Jul 2014
Vicki L. Bogan, David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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investment behavior, stockholding, veterans, combat, war, traumatic life experience

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Finger Fruits: Pre-Sliced Fruit in Schools Increases Selection and Intake

Wansink, Brian, David R. Just, Andrew S. Hanks, and Laura E. Smith (2013), “Pre-Sliced Fruit in Schools Increases Selection and Intake,” American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 44:5 (May), 477-480.,
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 29 Jul 2014 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2017
Cornell University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, The Ohio State University and Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University
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New Year's Res-Illusions: Food Shopping in the New Year Competes with Healthy Intentions

Pope L, Hanks AS, Just DR, Wansink B (2014) New Year’s Res-Illusions: Food Shopping in the New Year Competes with Healthy Intentions. PLoS ONE 9(12): e110561. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0110561,
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 19 Dec 2014
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, The Ohio State University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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The Hidden Costs of Regulation: Emotional Responses to Command and Control

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 05 May 2015
David Just and Andrew Hanks
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and The Ohio State University
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behavioral economics; emotion; public policy; reactance; welfare

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Nutrition Report Cards: An Opportunity to Improve School Lunch Selection

PLoS ONE 8(10): e72008 (2013)
Number of pages: 4 Posted: 01 Aug 2014
Cornell University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, United States Military Academy and Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University
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Plant to Plate Pilot: A Cold Climate High School Garden Increased Vegetable Selection But Also Waste

Wansink, Brian, Andrew S. Hanks, and David R. Just (2015), “A Plant to Plate Pilot: A Cold Climate High School Garden Increased Vegetable Selection but also Waste,” Acta Paediatrica 104:8, 823-826.,
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 26 Apr 2015 Last Revised: 28 Apr 2017
Brian Wansink, Andrew Hanks and David Just
Cornell University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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Adolescents, Food preferences, Nutrition and Diet, School Food Services, Vegetable Intake

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School Lunch Debit Cards are Associated with Lower Nutrition and Higher Calories

Just, David and Brian Wansink (2013). School Lunch Debit Card Payment Systems Are Associated with Lower Nutrition and Higher Calories. Obesity, 22(1), 24-26. doi:10.1002/oby.20591.
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 29 Jul 2014 Last Revised: 29 Apr 2017
David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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cafeterias, lunchrooms, payment systems, child health, decision-making

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One Man's Tall is Another Man's Small: How the Framing of Portion-Size Influences Food Choice

Health Economics (2013)
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 08 Feb 2016
David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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The Framing of Portion Sizes: It's Not the Size that Counts, But the Name

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 21 Jan 2016
David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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labeling, portion size, loss aversion, framing effects, consumer behavior, obesity, food consumption

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Better School Meals on a Budget: Using Behavioral Economics and Food Psychology to Improve Meal Selection

Just, David R. and Brian Wansink (2009), “Better School Meals on a Budget: Using Behavioral Economics and Food Psychology to Improve Meal Selection,” Choices, 24:3, 1-6 ,
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 20 Jan 2016
David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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food selection, behavioral economics, obesity, school lunches, efficiency, healthy eating, food psychology

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Biosecurity Terrorism, Food Safety, and Food Consumption: Using Experimental Psychology to Analyze Economic Behavior

Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 34:1, 91-108, 2009
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 16 Jan 2016
David Just, Brian Wansink and Calum G. Turvey
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University and Cornell University - School of Applied Economics and Management
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food scares, epidemics, experimental psychology, bioterrorism, food consumption, consumer behavior, food safety, food crises

14.

The Longer the Semester the Worse the Snacks

Public Health Nutrition, 16:7
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 12 Jan 2016
Cornell University, University of Guelph, Cornell University, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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Food sales, Snack choice, Stress, Food Choice, College cafeterias, snacking, weight gain

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Marketing Vegetables: Leveraging Branded Media to Increase Vegetable Uptake in Elementary Schools

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 12 Dec 2015
Andrew Hanks, David Just and Adam Brumberg
The Ohio State University, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Food and Brand Lab
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Advertising, diet, food preferences, lunch, nutrition, gender

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Fast Food, Soft Drink, and Candy Intake Is Unrelated to Body Mass Index for 95% oAmerican Adults

Just, David and Brian Wansink (2015), “Fast Food, Soft Drink, and Candy Intake is Unrelated to Body Mass Index for 95% of American Adults.” Obesity Science and Practice, 1:2, 126-130.,
Posted: 02 Oct 2015
David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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Fast Food, Soft Drink, and Candy Intake Is Unrelated to Body Mass Index for 95% oAmerican Adults

Just, David and Brian Wansink (2015), “Fast Food, Soft Drink, and Candy Intake is Unrelated to Body Mass Index for 95% of American Adults.” Obesity Science and Practice, 1:2, 126-130.,
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 02 Oct 2015 Last Revised: 28 Apr 2017
David Just and Brian Wansink
Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University
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Cognitive Dissonance, Confirmatory Bias and Inadequate Information Processing: Evidence from Experimental Auctions

Cao, Ying, David R. Just, Calum G. Turvey, and Brian Wansink (2015), “Existing Food Habits and Recent Choices Lead to Disregard of Food Safety Announcements,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 63, 491-511.,
Posted: 04 Sep 2015 Last Revised: 28 Apr 2017
University of Guelph, Cornell University - Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University - School of Applied Economics and Management and Cornell University

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Cognitive Dissonance, Confirmatory Bias, Risk Perception, Self-Justification