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Oct
12

Conference – “Diversity in organizations”

***Conference organized by the Centre Emile Bernheim, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management*** Conference “Diversity in Organization”     Managing diversity in organizations is one of the main challenges for managers and policymakers. This conference aims to address multiple facets of diversity (e.g., cultural, gender, knowledge) and how they impact various organizational outcomes (e.g., well-being, […]

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May
22

PSYFOOD Seminar – Lucile Marty

Pleasure or Health: Do children have to choose?   Pleasure from eating is known to be a strong predictor of children’s food choices. Yet, children’s food preferences generally do not align with dietary recommendations, children rate energy-dense foods as the most liked and vegetables the least liked. In order to incite children to adopt a […]

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Apr
18

PSYFOOD Seminar – Gareth Hollands

Automatic for the People: Changing environments to change population health behaviour outside awareness Much of the global burden of non-communicable disease is caused by unhealthy behaviours that individuals engage in even when informed of their health-harming consequences. To date, interventions to address this have largely encouraged people to reflect on their behaviours. However, these behaviours […]

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Apr
10

Migration Asylum Multiculturalism (MAM) 2017 International Conference

Upcoming international conference organized by the MAM network (Migration Asylum Multiculturalism; Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) in partnership with the CeSCuP titled: title “In Search of Cultural Conformity: The New Integration and Migration Policies in Europe“   Program & Venue Here

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Dec
09

PSYFOOD Seminar Emely de Vet – CANCELLED

**CANCELLED** How to navigate a tempting food environment Obesity and overweight increased dramatically in the past decades in most countries. Our modern food environment, characterized by an easy accessibility and wide availability of tempting foods, is often held responsible for this epidemic. However, it is not exactly clear how the food environment gets under the […]

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Oct
05

PSYFOOD Seminar – Irena Domachowska

Deliciously healthy: Healthy food cues elicit approach motivation and reduce breadth of attention   I will present results of my research on the influence of appetitive food cues on attentional breadth. In Experiment 1, we replicated findings of an influential study conducted by Gable and Harmon-Jones (2008), in which the authors demonstrated that appetitive stimuli […]

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May
26

PSYFOOD Seminar – David Marchiori

Promoting healthy food choices among (aware) customers      Nudges are subtle physical rearrangements of a choice context that gently suggest “better” choices without forbidding any option or making any option more costly in terms of time, money, trouble, or social sanctions. For example, placing healthy food at eye level counts as a nudge, banning […]

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May
16

AGS-CeSCuP-CECoS Joint Seminar – Andrea Carnaghi

Homophobic epithets in the intergroup frame: Heterosexuals’ cognitive, affective and behavioral reactions to gay-bashing labels   In a recent Italian survey, 80% of those interviewed reported hearing acquaintances using homophobic labels very often (47.4 %) or sometimes (32.6%; Istituto Nazionale di Statistica [ISTAT], 2011). Though this portrays the Italian context as strongly homophobic, sexual prejudice […]

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