The study, titled Are implicit emotion measurements evoked by food unrelated to liking?, looked at what effect different types of yogurts had on people's emotions. Although liking a product was not correlated with emotional effect, changes in fat content and vanilla flavor were shown to have a "strong positive emotional effect" .

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