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People tend to idealize eco-labeled products, but can eco-labeling have consequences for performance? To address this question, 48 university students were asked to undertake a color discrimination task adjacent to a desktop lamp that was either labeled "environmentally friendly" or "conventional" (although they were identical). The light of the lamp labeled "environmentally friendly" was rated as more comfortable. Notably, task performance was also better when the lamp was labeleddoi:10.1016/j.jenvp.2015.03.004 fatcat:gszwa6r7dzflxlzrf4zqtrqaja