Talk - 31.10.2018

Dr. Claude Fischler
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Paris, France

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.

PraktikantIn gesucht

In der Arbeitsgruppe Psychologische Diagnostik und Gesundheitspsychologie besteht die Möglichkeit, ein Forschungspraktikum ab Oktober 2018 oder später für einen Zeitraum von 3-6 Monaten zu absolvieren. Das Praktikum richtet sich an Studierende der Psychologie, Ernährungs- oder Sportwissenschaften sowie verwandter Disziplinen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie in der Ausschreibung.

New paper in press!

A new paper was accepted for publication:

Klusmann, V., Sproesser, G., Wolff, J., & Renner, B. (in press). Positive self-perceptions of aging promote healthy eating behavior across the lifespan via social-cognitive processes. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.

"Water paradox" - “Polarized” beliefs about quality/hygiene, health risks and taste for bottled and tap water = illusory beliefs? New paper in press in Science of the Total Enviroment.

Using a new visualization tool and combining field and experimental designs, the paper in Science of the Total Environment suggests that although bottled and tap water consumer groups differ greatly in their beliefs, perceived health risks and taste, these differences seem to reflect illusionary beliefs rather than actual experiences or product characteristics.


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