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  • When time becomes more valuable (as proxied by the hourly wage), then people substitute grazing for eating, in essence multi-tasking this...

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Hamermesh, Daniel S. "Grazing, Goods and Girth: Determinants and Effects." Economics and Human Biolgoy, Vol 8, No. 1, March 2010, pp. 2-15.

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