Introduction & objectives of the course
This is the second master class in the series on consumer behaviour related to health and sustainability, which aims to discuss recent developments in research and theory that are relevant to domains of health and environmental behaviour. The set up incorporates different perspectives, including marketing, communication, and social, health and consumer psychology.
The master class consists of two half-day meetings. In the first meeting, theoretical approaches and developments are introduced. In the second meeting, methodological issues and implication for interventions will be central. This second master class focuses on habits.
| Session 1
| Session 2
Target group and learning outcomes
The master classes are intended for PhD candidates who wish to extend their knowledge and experience with behaviour theories and research methods. Of course also postdocs and staff members are welcome.
Assumed prior knowledge
We expect participants to have a basic knowledge about psychological research methods. Please contact the organizers in case of doubt about the required entry level.
In the first meeting, we will discuss what habits are and what the potential underlying process is. A brief history of habit research and different types of habit measurement will be discussed. Relevant applications to the domain of healthy eating and sustainable behaviour will receive attention.
In the second meeting, we will discuss opportunities for interventions to break or form habitual behaviour, as well as the relevance of habit theory and research to your own research.
Requirements and ECTS
For each master class, 0.5 credits can be granted. Successful completion requires preparation, attendance and active participation in both meetings of that module.
The maximum number of participants is set at 20, the minimum at 8.
Please make sure that you provide the most recent contact details so that in case of any changes you will be notified promptly. After your internet registration you will receive a short notification that your name has been registered.
|WGS PhDs with TSP
|a) All other PhD candidates b) Postdocs and staff of the above mentioned Graduate Schools
The participants can cancel their registration free of charge 1 month before the course starts. A cancellation fee of 100% applies if a participant cancels his/her registration less than 1 week prior to the start of the course.
The organisers have the right to cancel the course no later than one month before the planned course start date in the case that the number of registrations does not reach the minimum.
The participants will be notified of any changes at their e-mail addresses.