The consumer in a formula - Bram Foubert

Written by Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:50
The effect of marketing techniques on consumer behaviour “Manufacturers and retailers regularly use marketing techniques to influence consumers’ buying behaviour. These techniques can be both temporary and permanent. For example, manufacturers may offer temporary price discounts or organise product-tastings at Albert Heijn to encourage shoppers to buy. Or supermarkets rearrange…

Who pays for the weather? - Miriam Haritz

Written by Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:49
The precautionary principle and liability for climate change “Climate change is a worldwide problem which just keeps on growing. Together with a group of academics in the Netherlands we are trying to map its consequences and possible actions. Our study is financed by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)…
Lung development after premature births “As a paediatrician at the Maastricht UMC+ I see premature babies on the neonatology ward every day. If a child is born before the 37th week of pregnancy, we call it premature. Currently this applies to 10% of newborns, and this number has only increased…

Sick of stress - Inez Germeys

Written by Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:45
Diary research with psychosis patients “The core idea of my research is that psychosis is specifically related to how people deal with their environment, and that this interaction can go wrong. Little is known about this yet, and most studies so far have been conducted in the laboratory. I want…

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