Undisciplined: Dishing It Out
We all know that meals bring people together. But when it comes to building trust and cooperation, it turns out that not all meals are created equal. And this week on the program, we're talking to a researcher whose work has shown that people eating from shared serving plates are more likely to work together rather than compete.
We're talking with Kaitlin Woolley, an assistant professor of marketing at the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell, where she studies consumer motivations, the pursuit of goals, and the role that food plays in facilitating social connectivity.