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Table 2 How price paid influence overeating

From: RETRACTED ARTICLE: Low prices and high regret: how pricing influences regret at all-you-can-eat buffets

  $4 (Discounted-price) $8 (Full-price) F-Statistics
  One piece (n = 18) Two pieces (n = 18) Three pieces (n = 7) One piece (n = 17) Two pieces (n = 19) Three pieces (n = 10) Effect of price Effect of pieces Effect of price x pieces
I ate more pizza than I should have 2.63 (2.06) 4.82 (2.55) 6.00 (2.00) 1.76 (1.82) 3.53 (2.39) 4.40 (3.24) 5.37* 10.77** 0.15
I feel guilty about how much I ate 2.39 (1.94) 3.44 (2.47) 3.71 (1.49) 2.26 (1.79) 1.68 (1.42) 2.90 (2.08) 4.28* 1.49 1.67
I am physically uncomfortable 2.17 (1.88) 2.94 (2.12) 2.43 (1.51) 1.97 (1.68) 1.45 (0.94) 2.25 (1.81) 4.19* 0.25 1.15
I overate 2.11 (1.81) 3.89 (2.59) 3.71 (1.79) 1.67 (1.28) 1.67 (1.24) 3.50 (2.74) 5.02* 4.09* 2.27
I ate more than I should have 2.50 (2.20) 4.28 (2.44) 4.57 (2.22) 2.00 (1.45) 2.14 (1.77) 3.92 (2.81) 6.20* 5.00* 1.14
  1. *p < .05, **p < .01
  2. All scaled questions are measured on a Likert scale with 1 = strongly disagree and 9 = strongly agree. Standard deviations are in parentheses