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Public participation methods: a framework for evaluation
G Rowe, LJ Frewer
Science, technology, & human values 25 (1), 3-29, 2000
31422000
A typology of public engagement mechanisms
G Rowe, LJ Frewer
Science, Technology, & Human Values 30 (2), 251-290, 2005
24312005
Evaluating public-participation exercises: a research agenda
G Rowe, LJ Frewer
Science, technology, & human values 29 (4), 512-556, 2004
12692004
What determines trust in information about food‐related risks? Underlying psychological constructs
LJ Frewer, C Howard, D Hedderley, R Shepherd
Risk analysis 16 (4), 473-486, 1996
8631996
Beyond the knowledge deficit: recent research into lay and expert attitudes to food risks
J Hansen, L Holm, L Frewer, P Robinson, P Sandøe
Appetite 41 (2), 111-121, 2003
6692003
Communicating about the risks and benefits of genetically modified foods: The mediating role of trust
LJ Frewer, J Scholderer, L Bredahl
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 23 (6), 1117-1133, 2003
5232003
The media and genetically modified foods: evidence in support of social amplification of risk
LJ Frewer, S Miles, R Marsh
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 22 (4), 701-711, 2002
5202002
Low-income consumers' attitudes and behaviour towards access, availability and motivation to eat fruit and vegetables
LA Dibsdall, N Lambert, RF Bobbin, LJ Frewer
Public health nutrition 6 (2), 159-168, 2003
5032003
Public concerns in the United Kingdom about general and specific applications of genetic engineering: Risk, benefit, and ethics
LJ Frewer, C Howard, R Shepherd
Science, Technology, & Human Values 22 (1), 98-124, 1997
4531997
The public and effective risk communication
L Frewer
Toxicology letters 149 (1-3), 391-397, 2004
4442004
Investigating specific concerns about different food hazards
S Miles, LJ Frewer
Food quality and preference 12 (1), 47-61, 2001
4392001
Evaluation of a deliberative conference
G Rowe, R Marsh, LJ Frewer
Science, Technology, & Human Values 29 (1), 88-121, 2004
4342004
Why consumers behave as they do with respect to food safety and risk information
W Verbeke, LJ Frewer, J Scholderer, HF De Brabander
Analytica chimica acta 586 (1-2), 2-7, 2007
4322007
Assessing and structuring attitudes toward the use of gene technology in food production: The role of perceived ethical obligation
P Sparks, R Shepherd, LJ Frewer
Basic and applied social psychology 16 (3), 267-285, 1995
4291995
Societal aspects of genetically modified foods
L Frewer, J Lassen, B Kettlitz, J Scholderer, V Beekman, KG Berdal
Food and Chemical toxicology 42 (7), 1181-1193, 2004
4282004
Consumer acceptance of functional foods: issues for the future
L Frewer, J Scholderer, N Lambert
British food journal, 2003
4132003
Trust, Perceived Risk, and Attitudes Toward Food Technologies1
JR Eiser, S Miles, LJ Frewer
Journal of applied social psychology 32 (11), 2423-2433, 2002
4062002
Consumer perceptions of food quality and safety and their relation to traceability
W Van Rijswijk, LJ Frewer
British Food Journal, 2008
3972008
Public perceptions of agri-food applications of genetic modification–a systematic review and meta-analysis
LJ Frewer, IA van der Lans, ARH Fischer, MJ Reinders, D Menozzi, ...
Trends in Food Science & Technology 30 (2), 142-152, 2013
3682013
Consumer response to novel agri-food technologies: Implications for predicting consumer acceptance of emerging food technologies
LJ Frewer, K Bergmann, M Brennan, R Lion, R Meertens, G Rowe, ...
Trends in Food Science & Technology 22 (8), 442-456, 2011
3672011
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