Ever Wonder Why Kids Go Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs? Cornell University Study
4/4/2014 7:27:03 AM
If you ever got the creeps as a kid walking down the cereal aisle, you're not imagining things. Snap, Crackle and Pop were all staring at you. A new study from Cornell University finds that the cartoon characters on cereals marketed to kids are routinely designed so their eyes are shifted 9.6 degrees down. That's the perfect angle to make eye contact with a child standing in the aisle.
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