Impact of glass shape on drinking rate: an experimental study testing mechanisms

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Description: This study aims to investigate whether glass shape affects drinking rate in a laboratory environment. In a between-subjects design, participants will be asked to consume a soft drink in one of three glasses (convex, straight-sided, concave), while their drinking rate and other micro-drinking behaviours are measured. We will explore two mechanisms that may account for differences in drinking rate: ease of extraction, and perceptual bias in volume estimation.


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