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Examination

Compulsory for all students in the food-related behaviour study track of the HNBF programme. Not open for other students.

General examinations will not be arranged in the usual manner during spring 2020 due to COVID-19. If you study in the Food-related Behaviour study track and want to accomplish this course in April or May 2020, please contact Mari Niva and we'll arrange the exam in an alternative way on the original exam date (April 23 / May 28).

Enrol
24.3.2020 at 08:00 - 13.4.2020 at 23:59

Timetable

Material

Readings for the exam (all available electronically and/or the Moodle page of the exam; please contact Mari Niva for the key):

Murcott, A., Belasco, W. & Jackson, P. (Eds.) (2013). The handbook of food research. London: Bloomsbury.

Atkins, L., & Michie, S. (2015). Designing interventions to change eating behaviours. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 74, 164–170.

Two thematic issues of Appetite journal:

Social Influences on Eating (12 articles), Volume 86, Pages 1–100 (1 March 2015), edited by Peter Herman

Weight Stigma and Eating Behaviours (10 articles), Volume 102, Pages 1–90 (1 July 2016), edited by Robert A. Carels, Janet D. Latner

Description

Compulsory for all students in the food-related behaviour study track of the HNBF programme. Not open for other students.

HNFB courses of EQF-7 level

To be able to describe the current status of research in food related behaviour and to demonstrate the overall knowledge acquired during the Master's programme.

2nd year

Latest literature on the subject related to the study track.

Murcott, A., Belasco, W. & Jackson, P. (Eds.) (2013). The handbook of food research. London: Bloomsbury.

Atkins, L., & Michie, S. (2015). Designing interventions to change eating behaviours. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 74, 164–170.

Two thematic issues of Appetite journal:

  • Social Influences on Eating (12 articles), Volume 86, Pages 1–100 (1 March 2015), edited by Peter Herman
  • Weight Stigma and Eating Behaviours (10 articles), Volume 102, Pages 1–90 (1 July 2016), edited by Robert A. Carels, Janet D. Latner

Examination graded from 1 to 5

Due to current COVID-19 situation general examinations in lecture halls are cancelled. You can contact the teacher to ask about alternative completion methods.

Written examination on scientific literature chosen by the responsible professor.

Mari Niva