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Joop de Boer is retired but continues to work as guest researcher at the Institute for Environmental Studies in Amsterdam. He has a doctor’s degree in psychology from the University of Amsterdam. In the context of multidisciplinary research teams, he has worked on a variety of themes including energy conservation, environmental stressors, risk communication, culturally sensitive food issues, such as the partial replacement of animal protein by plant protein, emerging technologies, such as new applications of biotechnology, and frame-based information tools on climate change. In the period 1995-2000 he was secretary of SENSE Research School (Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment), which is accredited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences (KNAW) to train doctoral students in this field. Thereafter, he has been supervisor of a number of doctoral candidates.

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Research Output 1997 2018

Reward
Diet
Food
meal planning
diet
Plant Proteins
Economics
Psychology
Diet
Environment and Public Health

Towards more sustainable diets: Insights from the food philosophies of “gourmets” and their relevance for policy strategies

Schösler, H. & de Boer, J. 1 Aug 2018 In : Appetite. 127, p. 59-68 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Diet
Food
Meat
Meals
Food Quality
meat
sustainability
diet
protein
health

Towards a reduced meat diet: Mindset and motivation of young vegetarians, low, medium and high meat-eaters

de Boer, J., Schosler, H. & Aiking, H. 12 Mar 2017 In : Appetite. 113, p. 387-397

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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vegetarian diet
meat
diet
ingestion
meat substitutes