U.S. researchers conducted a series of experiments that compared people's tastes for sweets with their behavior. One test found that people who ate chocolate were more likely to volunteer to help another person in need, compared to those who ate a cracker or no food. Another test found that people tend to believe that people who like sweet foods are also more agreeable or helpful.
"Our results suggest there is a real link between sweet tastes and pro-social behavior," Michael D. Robinson, a psychology professor at North Dakota State University in Fargo, said in a university news release.
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