Gudrun Sproesser
Gudrun Sproesser
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Konstanz
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Why we eat what we eat. The Eating Motivation Survey (TEMS)
B Renner, G Sproesser, S Strohbach, HT Schupp
Appetite 59 (1), 117-128, 2012
3382012
The bright side of stress-induced eating: eating more when stressed but less when pleased
G Sproesser, HT Schupp, B Renner
Psychological science 25 (1), 58-65, 2014
922014
Candy or apple? How self-control resources and motives impact dietary healthiness in women
G Sproesser, S Strohbach, H Schupp, B Renner
Appetite 56 (3), 784-787, 2011
792011
Fulfilled emotional outcome expectancies enable successful adoption and maintenance of physical activity
V Klusmann, L Musculus, G Sproesser, B Renner
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1990, 2016
512016
Positive self-perceptions of aging promote healthy eating behavior across the life span via social-cognitive processes
V Klusmann, G Sproesser, JK Wolff, B Renner
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 74 (5), 735-744, 2019
492019
Describing the process of adopting nutrition and fitness apps: behavior stage model approach
LM König, G Sproesser, HT Schupp, B Renner
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (3), e8261, 2018
402018
Describing the process of adopting nutrition and fitness apps: behavior stage model approach
LM König, G Sproesser, HT Schupp, B Renner
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (3), e8261, 2018
402018
The eating motivation survey: results from the USA, India and Germany
G Sproesser, MB Ruby, N Arbit, P Rozin, HT Schupp, B Renner
Public health nutrition 21 (3), 515-525, 2018
332018
Comparative optimism about healthy eating
G Sproesser, V Klusmann, HT Schupp, B Renner
Appetite 90, 212-218, 2015
332015
Being and feeling liked by others: How social inclusion impacts health
FM Hartung, G Sproesser, B Renner
Psychology & health 30 (9), 1103-1115, 2015
242015
I eat healthier than you: differences in healthy and unhealthy food choices for oneself and for others
G Sproesser, V Kohlbrenner, H Schupp, B Renner
Nutrients 7 (6), 4638-4660, 2015
232015
Self-other differences in perceiving why people eat what they eat
G Sproesser, V Klusmann, HT Schupp, B Renner
Frontiers in psychology 8, 209, 2017
222017
Understanding traditional and modern eating: the TEP10 framework
G Sproesser, MB Ruby, N Arbit, CS Akotia, M dos Santos Alvarenga, ...
BMC Public Health 19 (1), 1-14, 2019
212019
Why we eat what we eat: assessing dispositional and in-the-moment eating motives by using ecological momentary assessment
DR Wahl, K Villinger, M Blumenschein, LM König, K Ziesemer, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (1), e13191, 2020
182020
The positive eating scale: relationship with objective health parameters and validity in Germany, the USA and India
G Sproesser, V Klusmann, MB Ruby, N Arbit, P Rozin, HT Schupp, ...
Psychology & health 33 (3), 313-339, 2018
182018
Die konstanzer life-studie
B Renner, G Sproesser, V Klusmann, H Schupp
Adipositas-Ursachen, Folgeerkrankungen, Therapie 6 (02), 123-124, 2012
162012
What constitutes traditional and modern eating? The case of Japan
G Sproesser, S Imada, I Furumitsu, P Rozin, MB Ruby, N Arbit, C Fischler, ...
Nutrients 10 (2), 118, 2018
152018
Eating in the dark: A dissociation between perceived and actual food consumption
B Renner, G Sproesser, FM Stok, H Schupp
Food Quality and Preference 50, 145-151, 2016
152016
Assessment of health behaviors
B Renner, V Klusmann-Weißkopf, G Sproesser
152015
Constant versus variable response signal delays in speed—accuracy trade-offs: Effects of advance preparation for processing time
J Miller, G Sproesser, R Ulrich
Perception & psychophysics 70 (5), 878-886, 2008
152008
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