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EUCLID #CovidScienceBW

Eine Übersicht des Ministeriums für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg zeigt die vielseitige Forschung, die es in Baden-Württemberg zu COVID-19 gibt:  https://mwk.baden-wuerttemberg.de/de/forschung/forschungslandschaft/covidsciencebw/

We are very pleased to see our Euclid Project on the current #coronavirus pandemic being mentioned by our Minister of Science @TheresiaBauer #CovidScienceBW: https://t.co/ZFlIppiCPs

— Health Psychology Uni Konstanz (@HealthPsyKN) July 1, 2020

Unter den Studien ist auch das EUCLID Projekt der Universität Konstanz (nähere Infos unter: euclid.dbvis.de/home), das kürzlich auch von Wissenschaftministerin Theresia Bauer erwähnt wurde:

Wie wirkt sich die Corona-Pandemie auf das individuelle Sozialverhalten aus? Wie gehen Menschen mit Angststörungen oder Depressionen im Alltag damit um? Universitäten im Land untersuchen Auswirkungen der Pandemie auf das Sozialverhalten #CovidScienceBW: https://t.co/P0dPVyzAfp pic.twitter.com/3Kn92A6n7C

— Ministerin Theresia Bauer (@TheresiaBauer) July 1, 2020

New study published: Do we know what we enjoy? Accuracy of forecasted eating happiness.

Although well known, people's forecasts of day-to-day experiences do not accurately reflect reality. Specifically, forecasted eating happiness does not accurately display experiences in the moment of consumption. Besides inter-individual differences in forecasting accuracy, the study highlights the impact of dispositional expectations and the pattern and fluctuation of the experience itself on forecasting accuracy.

New study published: Why we eat what we eat: Assessing dispositional and in-the-moment eating motives by using Ecological Momentary Assessment.

Why do we eat? Our motives for eating are diverse, ranging from hunger and liking to social norms and affect regulation. Although eating motives can vary from eating event to eating event, which implies substantial moment-to-moment differences, current ways of measuring eating motives rely on single timepoint questionnaires that assess eating motives as situation-stable dispositions (traits). However, mobile technologies including smartphones allow eating events and motives to be captured in real time and real life, thus capturing experienced eating motives in-the-moment (states).

Einladung zur Studienteilname: Alltag in der Coronavirus-Pandemie

Welche Auswirkungen haben die aktuellen Entwicklungen um das Coronavirus auf unseren Alltag, unser Erleben und Verhalten?
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Development of a new visualization tool called 'SMART-Profile-Explorer'


To analyze and visualize high-dimensional data and different levels of data aggregation, we developed a new visualization tool called the ‘SMART-Profile-Explorer’. The visualized person × motive data matrix can be used to interactively sort, filter and visualize why we eat what we eat and analyze between- and within-person differences in trait and state eating motives.

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Three papers were recently accepted for publication from Dr. Verena Klusmann's Scientific Network "Images of Aging"

Klusmann, V., Notthoff, N., Beyer, A.-K., Blawert, A., & Gabrian, M. (2020). The assessment of views on ageing: A review of self-report measures and innovative extensions. European Journal of Ageing. doi:10.1007/s10433-020-00556-9

Kornadt, A. E., Kessler, E.-M., Wurm, S., Bowen, C. E., Gabrian, M., Klusmann, V. (2019). Views on Ageing: A Lifespan Perspective. European Journal of Ageing. doi: 10.1007/s10433-019-00535-9


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