NEW YORK (WABC) -- Open kitchens could lead to over-eating.
A new study suggests that eating in an open concept kitchen, with greater visibility and convenience of food access, sets off a chain reaction.
It found that without physical barriers, people went to the food more often, served more food, and ate more.
The study is in the journal, "Environment and Behavior."
Study: Open concept kitchens may lead to overeating
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