Mrs Maria Almudena Claassen

  • Research Assistant (Psychology)

Research interests

Almudena studied Psychology at the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands, and obtained her MSc in Social and Health Psychology in 2014. She then proceeded to do a PhD at the University libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, where she examined the influence of perceived socioeconomic status on impulsivity and eating behaviors. She completed her PhD in 2019 and joined the Healthy Cognition Lab in April 2020. She now works on an ESRC grant examining the role of consumption and reward simulations in the motivation for sugary drinks and water.

Publications

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2021

Claassen, M. A., Rusz, D. and Papies, E. (2021) No evidence that consumption and reward words on labels increase the appeal of bottled water. Food Quality and Preference, (Accepted for Publication)

2020

Chang, B. P.I., Claassen, M. A. and Klein, O. (2020) The time is ripe: thinking about the future reduces unhealthy eating in those with a higher BMI. Foods, 9(10), 1391. (doi: 10.3390/foods9101391) (PMID:33019670) (PMCID:PMC7601458)

This list was generated on Thu Sep 23 02:22:59 2021 BST.
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Number of items: 2.

Articles

Claassen, M. A., Rusz, D. and Papies, E. (2021) No evidence that consumption and reward words on labels increase the appeal of bottled water. Food Quality and Preference, (Accepted for Publication)

Chang, B. P.I., Claassen, M. A. and Klein, O. (2020) The time is ripe: thinking about the future reduces unhealthy eating in those with a higher BMI. Foods, 9(10), 1391. (doi: 10.3390/foods9101391) (PMID:33019670) (PMCID:PMC7601458)

This list was generated on Thu Sep 23 02:22:59 2021 BST.

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