At a university in Holland, there is an on-campus restaurant where diners are under constant scrutiny, and we are not talking about surveillance looking to catch someone sneaking silverware into her purse, either. Rather, the eatery is designed to study the behavior of restaurant patrons (and restaurant staff). Located in Wageningen University’s Center for Innovative Consumer Studies, it looks like an upscale self-service-style cafe with black marble countertops and glass walls. Diners ...

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