Jurafsky publications related to the language of food

Turnwald, B.P., Anderson, K.G., Jurafsky, D., and Crum, A.J. (2020). Five-star prices, appealing healthy item descriptions? Expensive restaurants' descriptive menu language. Health Psychology, 39, 975-985. [PDF]

Brad Turnwald, Dan Jurafsky, Alana Connor, and Alia Crum, (2017). Reading between the menu lines: Are restaurants' descriptions of "healthy" foods unappealing? Health Psychology. [Advance pdf]

Dan Jurafsky, Victor Chahuneau, Bryan R. Routledge, and Noah A. Smith. 2014. Narrative framing of consumer sentiment in online restaurant reviews. First Monday 19:4. [bib]
   Press: NPR All Things Considered, Wash. Post, SF Chronicle, etc.

Tim Althoff, Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Dan Jurafsky. 2014. How to Ask for a Favor: A Case Study on the Success of Altruistic Requests. AAAI ICWSM 2014 [bib]

Dan Jurafsky. 2013. Why Ice Cream Sounds Fat and Crackers Sound Skinny. Stanford Magazine July/August 2013

Kevin Reschke, Adam Vogel, and Dan Jurafsky. 2013. Generating Recommendation Dialogs by Extracting Information from User Reviews. ACL 2013 [pdf, bib]

J. J. McAuley, J. Leskovec, D. Jurafsky. 2012. Learning attitudes and attributes from multi-aspect reviews. International Conference on Data Mining

Dan Jurafsky. 2012. The Cosmopolitan Condiment: An exploration of ketchup's Chinese origins Slate, May 30, 2012.

Joshua Freedman and Dan Jurafsky. 2011. Authenticity in America: Class Distinctions in Potato Chip Advertising. Gastronomica 11, 4: 46-54.

Dan Jurafsky. 2011. Macarons, Macaroons, Macaroni: The curious history. Slate, Nov 16, 2011