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How the pandemic affected anti-social behaviour

Those more intensely exposed to COVID-19 (coronavirus) became more anti-social, likely due to mental health deterioration, finds study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School based on the pandemic’s outbreak in China. People who were more intensely exposed to coronavirus became…

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COVID-19 can have a significant impact on mental health, according to a recent study.

Seven principles for using digital technology for sustainability

Digital tech can be turned into a tool for sustainable and equitable practices in agriculture, industry and other sectors, says new report co-authored by Lucia Reisch of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Lucia Reisch Effective governance of digital technologies can…

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Using the latest agricultural technology for farming.

Explained: why eating out will ruin your diet

Dining out makes you more likely to give in to temptation and ditch the diet even if healthy food is available, according to a new study co-authored by Professor Lucia Reisch of Cambridge Judge Business School. We all know how…

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Explained: why eating out will ruin your diet.

ConSalud: Are healthy food messages and labels really effective?

A recent study co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School has highlighted the limited impact that food messages that seek to improve our health have on consumers' purchasing decisions, article says. "The practical impacts of our findings are twofold: the results…

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Cambridge Judge Professor Lucia Reisch re-appointed as honorary Leibniz Chair in Germany

Professor Lucia Reisch seeks collaboration between the El-Erian Institute at Cambridge Judge and the Leibniz Institute on prevention research on health and obesity issues.  Lucia Reisch, El-Erian Professor of Behavioural Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, has been…

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Lucia Reisch.

Messaging on healthy foods may not prompt healthier purchases finds Cambridge study

Healthy food cues standing alone don’t prompt healthier buying decisions, but they may counter advertising for sugary and fatty foods, says study co-authored by Lucia Reisch of Cambridge Judge Business School. People making food-buying choices are often faced with adverts…

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Messaging on healthy foods may not prompt healthier purchases.

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