Our article explains that and how the way you think about aging determines how you eat – and that being the case already from young adulthood on. The paper gained an Editor’s Choice of the Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences including free access at: https://academic.oup.com/psychsocgerontology/article/74/5/735/4668509
Prof. Dr. Britta Renner will be a panelist in the "Grenzgänger Wissenschaft" event series and talk about sustainability and health.
Dr. Angela Bearth
Consumer Behavior, Institute for Environmental Decisions
ETH Zürich, Schweiz
1st Feb 2019 at 1.30 pm in G530
Perceptions and acceptance of existing and emergent technologies
Dr. Claude Fischler
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Why Nutrition is (should be) a Social Science
In his presentation “Why Nutrition is (should be) a Social Science” Dr. Fischler shows that eating is both the primary biological function and the primary determinant for early social organisation. Nutrition needs to be interdisciplinary to take this into account: It should integrate socio-anthropological, psychological and nutritional approaches.
Prof. Dr. Paul Rozin
Department of Psychology
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA
The Modern Food World: Meat, Morality, Technology and Sustainability