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Calling and career preparation: Investigating developmental patterns and temporal precedence.
The presence of a calling and career development are assumed to be closely related. However, the nature of and reason for this relationship have not been thoroughly investigated. We hypothesized the existence of reciprocal ...
Career adaptivity, adaptability, and adapting: A conceptual and empirical investigation.
The literature on career adaptation is vast and based on a range of different measurement approaches. The present paper aims to explore how different operationalizations of career adaptability in terms of concern, control, ...
Beruf aus Berufung? – Ein Überblick über die Forschung.
(Deutscher Psychologen Verlag GmbH, 2012)
How to improve consumers' environmental sustainability judgements of foods
Food production and consumption account for approximately one-third of households' environmental impact. Consumers thus play a major role in the shift towards more sustainable foods and diets. An overall sustainability ...
Applying the evaluability principle to nutrition table information. How reference information changes people's perception of food products
Consumers often neglect or misinterpret nutrition table information. We argue in this paper that this can be explained by the evaluability principle, which posits that people's evaluation of a product corresponds to a ...
Higher perceived risks of antimicrobial use are related to lower usage among pig farmers in four European countries
The prudent use of antimicrobials (AMs) should be widened in pig farming to reduce the risk of AM resistance (AMR) in human and veterinary medicine. It is therefore important to understand pig farmers’ motivators and the ...
A comparison of pig farmers' and veterinarians' perceptions and intentions to reduce antimicrobial usage in six European countries
Antimicrobial (AM) resistance is an increasing problem in human and veterinary medicine. To manage this problem, the usage of AM should be reduced in pig farming, as well as in other areas. It is important to investigate ...
Sorting out food waste behaviour: A survey on the motivators and barriers of self-reported amounts of food waste in households
Households in Western countries are responsible for a large amount of food that is not consumed, but instead is wasted, which has large environmental impacts. To reduce this amount, we should understand the predictors of ...
Knowledge as a driver of public perceptions about climate change reassessed
It is intuitive to assume that concern about climate change should be preceded by knowledge about its effects. However, recent research suggests that knowledge about climate change has only a limited effect on shaping ...
Judgments under uncertainty: evaluations of univocal, ambiguous and conflicting probability information
People often have to make decisions about problems that not only involve a probability of a risk, but also an uncertainty around this probability. In this paper, uncertainty that arises through a lack of knowledge (i.e. ...