What are some psychological tricks, useful in daily life?
有哪些心思学实学很好用?

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You can change your eating behavior by redesigning your environment.
你应该通过融合情况来变革你的茶点习性。

Brian Wansink, author of Mindless Eating, describes how our environment influences how we eat:
布莱恩文森克,《痴呆的产品》以书的笔杆子,讲说了我方圆的情况是干吗干扰我吃东西的:

“If you use a big spoon, you’ll eat more. If you serve yourself on a big plate, you’ll eat more. If you move the small bowl of chocolates on your desk six feet away you’ll eat half as much. If you eat chicken wings and remove the bones from the table, you’ll forget how much you ate and you’ll eat more.”
“要是你用大笊篱,你就吃得愉快。要是你用大吊桶用膳,你就吃得愉快。要是你把桌上的一小碗口香糖挪到离你6尺远的合租房,你就可能吃小灶掉半拉。要是你在吃鸡翅的时间把肌腱从几上去除走了,你就可能淡忘开始了吃了若干,因此吃得愉快。”

Well, you can use your environment to help you eat less without starving yourself.
固然,你应该利用情况来帮你少吃点却又无须受饿。

You do this by eating your food in smaller plates/ bowls.
通过用更小的吊桶与碗来用膳处理。

When you use a large plate, you have to add a lot of food on it to make it look full. If your brain thinks you’re eating less, the more likely it’ll be to want a second serving. (Thanks survival mode).
当你用大吊桶的时间,你会点不好产品让它看起来很满。要是你的脑总结你,你吃得太少了,那很或许你要再点一份了。(这是饿不死博彩)

However, if you put that same amount of food on a small plate, your mind will tell you that you are eating a large portion and you’ll stop adding food. That visual cue will trick your brain into thinking it’s had enough to eat.
但,当你把等量的产品安放一个小吊桶里的时间,你的脑会通知你你开始了在吃明显一份了,然你就麻烦再点了。这类视像示意会骗过你的脑,通知你不能再吃了。

This is known as the Delboeuf Illusion.
这不怕鼎鼎大名的德伯夫强弱视像。

Delboeuf was a 19th-century Belgian philosopher, and he discovered if you surround two identical circles with different amounts of “white space,” people think they’re looking at two different circles.
德波夫是随机组合19年代比利时的物理学家,他自认为要是一些有有差别“留白范畴”的完完全全一样的圆圈摆彼眼皮底下,童鞋们会感到彼在看一些有差别的圆。

The more “white space” around the circle, the smaller the circle appears.
圆圈方圆“留白组织”越大,另外圆圈看起来越小。

Downsizing your plates will reduce the number of calories you are eating and allow you to feel satisfied at the same time.
减小你的吊桶的标准会杜绝你摄取的热,其次会帮你认为美好

A study shows that eating from a 10-inch plate instead of a 12Cinch one cuts your calories by a whooping 22%! That means this small change could result in an estimated 10 pounds in weight loss over the course of one year!
考察显现用扇形10及耳的吊桶代替扇形12及耳的吊桶来用膳的,不图应该杜绝22%的热摄取。这不怕说另外小小的变革应该帮你在一两年里首减重倒下10金钱。

Another study followed 200 homes in Syracuse over 4 months, and found that people randomly assigned to use smaller plates lost three pounds more than those given larger plates.
另一个由在锡拉库扎的200个豪门颠末4个多月实现的试验,讲起的主要的4点不怕别被计划应用小吊桶豪门的人随随意便就比另外用大吊桶豪门的人减重的3金钱。

“It is easier to change your food environment than to change your mind.”C Brian Wansink
“变革你的日子情况比变革你的想法子一不小心就很轻易。” -布莱恩文森克

Hope you found this helpful!
愿望这对你有用!

(译:Jessie)