Meta-analysis demonstrates the positive effect of nutrition-related interventions using smartphone apps. Based on 41 individual studies with around 6,300 women and men the results of the meta-analysis show that app-based mobile interventions are effective and highly promising for changing nutrition behaviours and nutrition‐related health outcomes.
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Rempe, H. M., Sproesser, G., Gingrich, A., Spiegel, A., Hauner, H., Skurk, T., Brandl, B., Renner, B., Volkert, D., Sieber, C. C., Freiberger, E., Kiesswetter, E. (2019). Der „Eating Motivation Survey“ (TEMS) zur Messung von Essmotiven älterer Menschen mit und ohne funktionellen Einschränkungen. Vortrag, 56. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ernährung e.V., Gießen.
Two papers were recetly published from the research project SMARTACT (funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, BMBF):
König, L. M. & Renner, B. (2019). Boosting healthy food choices by meal colour variety: Results from two experiments and a just-in-time Ecological Momentary Intervention. BMC Public Health, 19, 975. doi: 10.1186/s12889-019-7306-z
Villinger, K.*, Wahl, D. R.*, Boeing, H., Schupp, H. T., & Renner, B. (2019). The effectiveness of app‐based mobile interventions on nutrition behaviours and nutrition‐related health outcomes: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Obesity Reviews, 20(10), 1465-1484. doi: doi.org/10.1111/obr.12903 * both authors contributed equally
Two papers were recently accepted for publication from Dr. Verena Klusmann's Scientific Network "Images of Aging":
Spuling, S. M., Klusmann, V., Bowen, C. E., Kornadt, A. E., & Kessler, E. M. (in press). The uniqueness of subjective ageing: Convergent and discriminant validity. European Journal of Ageing. doi: 10.1007/s10433-019-00529-7
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