More publications of this project

Christine Emmer, Julia Dorn, Jutta Mata
2022
The effect of discrimination on mental health: A meta-analysis of the causal evidence
Hildesheim
Jennifer Inauen, Nadja Contzen, Vivian Frick, Philipp Kadel, Jan Keller, Josiane Kollmann, Jutta Mata, Anne M. van Valkengoed
2021
Environmental issues are health issues: Making a case and setting an agenda for environmental health psychology
S. 219–229
Benjamin Schüz, Hannah Meyerhof, Lisa Karla Hilz, Jutta Mata
2021
Equity Effects of Dietary Nudging Field Experiments: Systematic Review
S. (article no. 668998)
Zoë Francis, Jutta Mata, Lavinia Flückiger, Veronika Job
2021
Morning resolutions, evening disillusions: Theories of willpower affect how health behaviours change across the day
S. 398–415
Christine Emmer, Michael Bosnjak, Jutta Mata
2020
The association between weight stigma and mental health: a meta-analysis
S. (e-only: e12935)
Martina Zemp, Marlene Jockers, Jutta Mata
2020
The role of constructiveness in interparental conflict for mothers' perception of children's health
S. 683–697
Christine Emmer, Frank Kalter, Jutta Mata
2020
Resiliency in the face of migration: How exercise protects against perceived discrimination and fosters well-being
(virtual)
Sven Schneider, Jutta Mata, Philipp Kadel
2020
Relations between sweetened beverage consumption and individual, interpersonal, and environmental factors: a 6-year longitudinal study in German children and adolescents
S. 559–570
Sven Schneider, Jennifer Hilger-Kolb, Jutta Mata
2020
„So good it might become an addiction “–Ein kritischer Kommentar zur Markteinführung der neuen Coca-Cola-Freestyle-Automaten
S. 153–157
Philipp Kadel, Sven Schneider, Jutta Mata
2020
Soft drink consumption and mental health problems: Longitudinal relations in children and adolescents
S. (article no. 113123)
Christine Emmer, Michael Bosnjak, Jutta Mata
2019
The relation between overweight, weight-stigma, and well-being: A meta-analysis
Greifswald
Christine Emmer, Michael Bosnjak, Jutta Mata
2019
A meta-analysis of the relation between weight stigma, mental health and well-being
Mannheim
Benjamin Scheibehenne, Jutta Mata, David Richter
2019
Accuracy of food preference predictions in couples
S. 344-352
Mattea Dallacker, Jutta Mata, Ralph Hertwig
2019
Toward simple eating rules for the land of plenty
S. 111-127
Cambridge, MA
MIT Press
Mattea Dallacker, Ralph Hertwig, Jutta Mata
2019
Quality matters: A meta-analysis on components of healthy family meals
S. 1137–1149
Christine Emmer, Michael Bosnjak, Jutta Mata
2019
The relation between overweight, weight-stigma, and well-being: A meta-analysis
Dubrovnik
Jutta Mata, Mattea Dallacker, Tobias Vogel, Ralph Hertwig
2019
The role of attitudes in diet, eating, and body weight
S. 67-91
New York
Routledge
Vanda Sieber, Lavinia Flückiger, Jutta Mata, Katharina Bernecker, Veronika Job
2019
Autonomous goal striving promotes a nonlimited theory about willpower
S. 1295 –1307