The Department of Social Psychology at the University of Groningen is studying how best to support people in their efforts to eat more fruit and vegetables. Users could draw up an action plan, receive personal advice and study recipes. Some of the participants received feedback in writing, others in verbal form. The app is part of the PhD research project of Sarah Elbert, who is studying the effect of health-related information.
The weekly online video magazine Unifocus highlights topics related to the University of Groningen in the fields of research and society, student life, teaching, policy and internationalization.
A new study however suggests that people who behave sustainably may also experience direct benefits from this: sustainable behavior could make them happier.
What do we know about the societal impact of gas extraction in Groningen? On 28 June 2021, the Liveable and Promising Groningen Knowledge Platform ( Kennisplatform Leefbaar en Kansrijk Groningen ) published its annual overview of knowledge: Insight...
Mineke van Essen is a history educator and an Emeritus Professor who has more than forty years of research into the history of higher education under her belt. She plans to continue sharing her insights into this field with students, junior...
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