Healthy Cognition News
- Pre-print on feature listing method to study food and drink representations
- New pre-print: brief review paper on grounded cognitive processes in desire
- Chapter Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology available
- Congratulations to Teya Daneva and Gintare Semyte
- Congratulations to Tess Davis and Amy Rodger
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New pre-print on a feature listing method to study how people think about food and drink objects. We are also creating a Shiny App to support the coding of feature listing data – watch this space! Papies, E. K., Tatar, … Continue reading
The pre-print is available here.
It was a great pleasure to join an impressive line-up of participants and speakers at the 21st Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology in Visegrad, Hungary, in July! A wonderful, diverse group of very passionate researchers, all strongly committed to using … Continue reading
Congratulations to Teya and Gintare, who have each received an Undergraduate Vacation Scholarship from the Carnegie Trust, in collaboration with the Barsalou Lab. Both will join us for 6 weeks in June and July 2019, to study food labels and … Continue reading
Congratulations to Tess Davis (Psychology, University of Edinburgh) and Amy Rodger (University of Glasgow) who have been awarded an SGSSS Scholarship to join our lab for their fully funded PhD studies! Tess will complete a 3-year PhD program to study … Continue reading
We are offering a fully funded PhD studentship to begin in October 2019, on a project examining how healthy habits (for drinking water) can be built using goal priming, in collaboration with Danone Research. You can join us either with … Continue reading
We are offering a fully funded PhD studentship to begin in October 2019, on a project examining how to use language to promote sustainable food choices. You can join us either with an excellent BSc degree for a 1+3 program … Continue reading
We’ve posted an OSF pre-print of a recent paper which shows that children display a clear portion-size effect for SSB’s and water, and the latter is especially pronounced for children from higher SES families. You can find it here. Children’s … Continue reading
A pre-print is now available from OSF on our research showing that the portion size effect for energy-dense food is especially pronounced among people from more deprived backgrounds.
On March 16, Mike Keesman defended his dissertation on “Observing the mind instead of acting on it” at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Congratulations to Mike on an excellent piece of work and defense!