Events

Department Seminar – Elisa Sarda

Free

Jeux vidéo et sexisme   Dans les dernières années les jeux vidéo ont gagné une place toujours plus importante dans la vie des jeunes et des adultes. A tel point que les chercheurs se sont de plus en plus intéressés aux conséquences provoquées par l’utilisation des jeux vidéo. La majeure partie de ces recherches s’est […]

At 12 h 30 min
DC8.322 (8th floor, Building D, Campus Solbosch)

Department Seminar – Sylvain Delouvée

Free

“Nos bonnes raisons de croire”: Connaissance, adhésion et transmission des idées conspirationnistes et des rumeurs À en croire le discours médiatique, les théories du complot et autres conspirations prolifèreraient ces dernières années et permettraient d’expliquer une grande partie des événements politiques ou socio-économiques (voir, notamment, la profusion de dossiers thématiques et autres articles de la […]

At 12 h 30 min
DC8.322 (8th floor, Building D, Campus Solbosch)

Conference organized by the GERME / Talk by Antoine Roblain

Free

Not just a matter of culture: The influence of mandatory integration programs on perception of immigrant acculturation   ABSTRACT: The integration of immigrants and the definition of what is a “suitable” immigrant are still subjects to intense debate. Research has shown that members of the national majority group consider host culture adoption by immigrants as […]

At 13 h 00 min

Department Seminar – Patricia Mélotte & Kenzo Nera

Free

« Je suis féministe et… » : Influence de l’étiquette féministe sur la perception des femmes   ABSTRACT: Ces dernières décennies ont été marquées par de nombreux progrès pour les droits des femmes. Ceux-ci n’auraient pas été possibles sans les combats des mouvements féministes, pourtant, les féministes sont, en général, perçues de manière négative et […]

At 12 h 30 min
Room DC8.322

Department Seminar – Almudena Claassen

Free

The impact of supermarket status on food choices and perceptions   ABSTRACT: Obesity levels are rising, and especially so in economically disadvantaged populations. People with low income live in poor neighborhoods were supermarket access and variety is limited, and tend to buy cheaper food that is often higher in calories. Hard discount supermarkets are associated […]

At 13 h 00 min
Room DB8.142

Departement Seminar – Maartje Mulders

Free

To read or not to read: food labels and nutrition involvement   ABSTRACT: Together with the increase in obesity, the popularity of healthier foods with lower calorie and fat density have also increased. This has been coined ‘the (American) obesity paradox’. Food intake may be directly influenced by the perception of a food, like its […]

At 12 h 30 min
Room DB8.142

Departement Seminar – Djouaria Ghilani

Free

When the Past Predicts the Future: The effect of Historical Analogies on Conflict-related judgments ABSTRACT: When the Crimean crisis started to draw international focus on March 2014, former US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton said that Putin’s actions were similar to “what Hitler did back in the 30’s”. Besides being among the first to effectively […]

At 12 h 30 min
room DC8.322

Departement Seminar – Jozefien De Leersnyder (University of Leuven)

Free

Emotional Acculturation ABSTRACT: Patterns of emotions – how frequently and intensely people experience a range of emotions – differ across cultures in line with cultural differences in salient concerns. Therefore, changes in people’s cultural context (e.g., due to migration) may bring about changes in their patterns of emotional experience – a process we coined emotional […]

At 12 h 30 min
DC8.322
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