Betty Chang
Betty Chang
Research Lead, European Food Information Council
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Does monitoring goal progress promote goal attainment? A meta-analysis of the experimental evidence.
B Harkin, TL Webb, BPI Chang, A Prestwich, M Conner, I Kellar, Y Benn, ...
Psychological bulletin 142 (2), 198, 2016
Changes in food consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic: analysis of consumer survey data from the first lockdown period in Denmark, Germany, and Slovenia
M Janssen, BPI Chang, H Hristov, I Pravst, A Profeta, J Millard
Frontiers in nutrition 8, 635859, 2021
Alexithymia and the processing of emotional facial expressions (EFEs): systematic review, unanswered questions and further perspectives
D Grynberg, B Chang, O Corneille, P Maurage, N Vermeulen, S Berthoz, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42429, 2012
What information do consumers consider, and how do they look for it, when shopping for groceries online?
Y Benn, TL Webb, BPI Chang, J Reidy
Appetite 89, 265-273, 2015
Effects of a diet based on inulin-rich vegetables on gut health and nutritional behavior in healthy humans
S Hiel, LB Bindels, BD Pachikian, G Kalala, V Broers, G Zamariola, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 109 (6), 1683-1695, 2019
‘The ostrich problem’: Motivated avoidance or rejection of information about goal progress
TL Webb, BPI Chang, Y Benn
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (11), 794-807, 2013
Why are depressive individuals indecisive? Different modes of rumination account for indecision in non-clinical depression
R Di Schiena, O Luminet, B Chang, P Philippot
Cognitive Therapy and Research 37, 713-724, 2013
Antecedents and consequences of monitoring domestic electricity consumption
TL Webb, Y Benn, BPI Chang
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 228-238, 2014
What is the psychological impact of self-weighing? A meta-analysis
Y Benn, TL Webb, BPI Chang, B Harkin
Health Psychology Review 10 (2), 187-203, 2016
The neural basis of monitoring goal progress
Y Benn, TL Webb, BPI Chang, YH Sun, ID Wilkinson, TFD Farrow
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 688, 2014
Olfactory impairment is correlated with confabulation in alcoholism: towards a multimodal testing of orbitofrontal cortex
P Maurage, C Callot, B Chang, P Philippot, P Rombaux, P de Timary
PLoS One 6 (8), e23190, 2011
Is Perruchet’s dissociation between cued reaction time and outcome expectancy evidence for two separate associative learning processes
CJ Mitchell, S Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, B Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.[rCJM], 2009
Feeling bad about progress does not lead people want to change their health behaviour
JP Reynolds, TL Webb, Y Benn, BPI Chang, P Sheeran
Psychology & Health 33 (2), 275-291, 2018
Discriminating between the effects of valence and salience in the implicit association test
BPI Chang, CJ Mitchell
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (11), 2251-2275, 2011
Do reaction times in the Perruchet effect reflect variations in the strength of an associative link?
CJ Mitchell, SG Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, BPI Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (2), 567, 2010
Processing fluency as a predictor of salience asymmetries in the Implicit Association Test
BPI Chang, CJ Mitchell
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (10), 2030-2054, 2009
Memory for words representing modal concepts
N Vermeulen, B Chang, M Mermillod, G Pleyers, O Corneille
Experimental psychology, 2013
Comparing the roles of ambiguity and unpredictability in intolerance of uncertainty
SP Byrne, CJ Hunt, BPI Chang
Behaviour Change 32 (1), 26-34, 2015
The time is ripe: Thinking about the future reduces unhealthy eating in those with a higher BMI
BPI Chang, MA Claassen, O Klein
Foods 9 (10), 1391, 2020
Monitoring personal finances: Evidence that goal progress and regulatory focus influence when people check their balance
BPI Chang, TL Webb, Y Benn, JP Reynolds
Journal of Economic Psychology 62, 33-49, 2017
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