You've just finished an amazing meal, and you could not eat another bite. Until the pie arrives, and you suddenly have room for one—make that two pieces. Why does that happen? According to one school of thought, it all comes down to something called sensory-specific satiety. That is, you weren't actually full; your senses were just bored.
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Written by Ashley Hamer February 2, 2017
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