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Navigating multiple contexts to integrate system transformation programs

Marina Bos-de Vos, Fleur Deken, Maaike Kleinsmann. 2022
International Journal of Project Management 40(3)

The use of food swaps to encourage healthier online food choices: A randomized controlled trial.

Laura Jansen, Ellen van Kleef & Ellen J. Van Loo. 2021
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 18(156)

Short and long-term innovations on dietary behavior assessment and coaching: Present efforts and vision of the pride and prejudice consortium.

by Desiree A. Lucassen, Marlou P. Lasschuijt, Guido Camps, Ellen J. Van Loo, Arnout R.H. Fischer, Roelof A.J. de Vries, Juliet A.M. Haarman et al. 2021
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18(15): 7877.

How are sports-trackers used by runners? Running-related data, personal goals, and self-tracking in running.

by Armańüan Karahanońülu, R√ļben Gouveia, Jasper Reenalda & Geke Ludden. 2021.¬†

Sensors 21(11): 3687.


An exploratory study using graphic design to communicate consumer benefits on food packaging.

by Hendrik N.J.Schifferstein, Mailin Lemke & Alie de Boer. 2021. 
Food Quality and Preference


Conveying information through food packaging: A literature review comparing legislation with consumer perception.

by Hendrik N.J.Schifferstein, Alie de Boer & Mailin Lemke. 2021. 
Journal of Functional Foods

Bringing disgust in through the backdoor in healthy food promotion: A phenomenological perspective

by Bas de Boer & Mailin Lemke. 2021. 
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy

The use of ICT devices as part of the solo eating experience

by Mailin Lemke & Hendrik N.J.Schifferstein. 2021. 
Appetite, 165

Between attraction and aversion: How designers can use the concept of disgust to influence food consumption

by Mailin Lemke, Boudewijn Boon & Hendrik N.J.Schifferstein. 2021. 
International Journal of Food Design, 6 (1)

Operationalizing behavior change theory as part of persuasive technology: A scoping review on social comparison

by Mailin Lemke & Roelof A. J. de Vries. 2021. 
Frontiers in Computer Science, 3 

Social acceptability of radical food innovations

by Arnout R. H. Fischer & Ellen J. Van Loo. 2021. In C. M. Galanakis (Ed.), Food Technology Disruptions (pp. 325-361). Academic Press.

Multi-modal interactive dining with the Sensory Interactive Table: Two use cases.

by Roelof A. J. de Vries, Gijs H. J. Keizers, Sterre R. van Arum, Juliet A. M. Haarman, Randy Klaassen, Robby W. van Delden, Bert-Jan F. van Beijnum & Janet H. W. van Den Boer. 2020. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Multisensory Approaches to Human-Food Interaction at the 2020 International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI '20). ACM, New York, NY, USA.

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The Sensory Interactive Table: Exploring the social space of eating.

by Roelof A. J. de Vries, Juliet A. M. Haarman, Emiel C. Harmsen, Dirk K. J. Heylen, and Hermie J. Hermens. 2020. InProceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI '20).¬†Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 689‚Äď693.

Collaboration in open innovation health initiatives: Working towards a sustainable healthcare system

by Regina Morán Reséndiz and Marina Bos-de Vos
In Christer, K., C. Craig and P. Chamberlain, eds. 2020. Vol. 2 of Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Design4Health, Amsterdam, 2020. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University.

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How supermarkets can help their customers to become and stay healthy

by Veerle van Engen and Marina Bos-de Vos
In Christer, K., C. Craig and P. Chamberlain, eds. 2020. Vol. 4 of Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Design4Health, Amsterdam, 2020. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. 

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Sensory Interactive Table (SIT)‚ÄĒDevelopment of a measurement instrument to support healthy eating in a social dining setting

by Juliet A. M. Haarman, Roelof A. J. de Vries, Emiel C. Harmsen, Hermie J. Hermens and Dirk K. J. Heylen 
Sensors 2020, 20(9): 2636