Food Choice and Nutrition: A Social Psychological Perspective
A special issue of Nutrients (ISSN 2072-6643).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2015) | Viewed by 147912
Interests: human motivation; promotion of health behaviours
Interests: physical activity behaviour change; motivation; physical activity interventions; body image
We invite empirical and theoretical contributions to a special issue in the Nutrients Journal on “Food Choice and Nutrition: A Social Psychological Perspective”. The special issue focuses on the investigation and prediction of food choices through approaches that adopt a cognitive, motivational or social psychological analysis of food choice. Manuscripts could focus on healthy eating (or unhealthy eating) or consumption of supplements such as vitamins, minerals, proteins, dietary supplements. Manuscripts that adopt approaches stemming from behavioral economics are also welcomed.
Topics must have a clear focus on food choices or nutrition. Potential topics may include but are not limited to:
- Social psychological models of food choice and their explanatory or predictive power
- Interventions that aim to promote healthy eating (or inhibit unhealthy eating such as fatty foods)
- Automatic or other cognitive processes underpinning food choices
- Neuro-psychological approaches to food choice
- The pursuit of healthy eating (or avoidance of unhealthy eating) in the context of conflicting alternatives
- Decision-making models and heuristics
- Mis-predictions and mis-choices
- Motivational approaches to food choice that focus on psychological or psychobiological needs
Prof. Dr. Nikos Chatzisarantis
Dr. Cecilie Thøgersen-Ntoumani
Dr. Sarah Hardcastle
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- food choice
- psychological models of food choice