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I am a PhD student in the psychology department of Bournemouth University. I graduated from a BSc and MSc in Nutrition and Health at Wageningen University (The Netherlands), including an internship at the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience of Maastricht University (The Netherlands), and an internship at the School of Experimental Psychology of the University of Bristol (UK). Additionally, I worked as a research assistant on several projects at Wageningen University, and the University of Bristol.
My research interests are in health psychology, and specifically human eating behaviour. I have previously worked on projects about the eating behaviour of children and infants, and several projects on protein intake, food choice and energy compensation, eating topography, and the effect of food processing on satiety in adults. My current project is focused on eating behaviour of people over 55 years old.
- van den Heuvel, E., Murphy, J.L. and Appleton, K.M., 2016. Exploring the reasons for consuming and not consuming eggs: A focus group study. In: British Feeding and Drinking Group 7-8 April 2016 London, UK.
- van den Heuvel, E., Murphy, J.L. and Appleton, K.M., 2016. Exploring the Consumption of Eggs in Older Adults: a Questionnaire Study. E196.
- van den Heuvel, E., Murphy, J.L. and Appleton, K.M., 2015. Exploring the barriers and facilitators to the consumption of eggs and other protein rich foods using focus groups. E314.