As we just moved to a new webpage, here is a list of some older news:

  • Dr. Gudrun Sproesser accredited with EHPS Early Career Award.
  • „Disgust and Natural Preference as Potential Barriers to a Healthier and More Sustainable World”. Invited talk of Prof. Dr. Paul Rozin ((Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA) on July 14th
  • "Beim Essen schalten wir oft auf Autopilot". Interview mit Prof. Britta Renner. Food & Farm 1/2016 (German)
  • "Ich kenne keine Umwelt, die keine Standards hat". Interview with Prof. Britta Renner. Ernährungs Umschau 3/2016 (German)
  • "Why we eat what we eat". Prof. Dr. Britta Renner will answer this question in March on the 6th Internorga-Forum for School Catering in Hamburg. Also present will be the Minister of food and Agriculture and the star-chef Sarah Wiener.
  • Dr. Martina Gamp in a symposium on the topic drinking water in temporary accommodations for refugees. 
  • Prof. Dr. Britta Renner receives the LUKS-Award for her teaching in the department of psychology.
  • Prof. Dr. Britta Renner receives the scientic award Kulinaristik.
  • SMARTACT Kick-Off in Konstanz. For a first kick-off of the interdisciplinary research project “SMARTACT: Individual and context-based real-time interventions promoting normal eating and physical activity through mobile technology”, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, and leaded by Prof. Dr. Britta Renner and Prof. Dr. Harald Schupp, University of Konstanz, all principal investigators, researchers, members of the scientific advisory board and other stakeholders of the SMARTACT project met between the 17th and 18th of June in Konstanz. Watch
  • Prof. Dr. Britta Renner Renner has been elected by the European Health Psychology Society Fellowship Committee to be a Fellow of the EHPS. A Fellowship is recognition of an exceptional contribution and is regarded as an honour.
  • Prof. Dr. Britta Renner has been appointed as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board on Agricultural Policy, Consumer and Food Policies of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture. more
  • Interactive map of Germany showing the right disposal of expired medicines: Developed as part of the BMBF's (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) funding measure "Risk Management of Emerging Compunds and Pathogens in the Water Cycle “ (RiSKWa); in cooperation with Prof. Britta Renner and Martina Gamp in the subtopic "risk communication and public relations".
  • Ernährungsumschau. Special edition: Risk communication. Interview with Prof. Dr. Britta Renner
  • "Munching Through Life's Travails": EATMOTIVE in the June issue of Global Observers der APS und The Huffington Post. Read the findings of the study in the journal "Psychological Science".