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Eleni Hadjigeorgiou
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Emma Simpson
Dr David Coles
Dr Robert Comber
et al.
A systematic review into expert knowledge elicitation methods for emerging food and feed risk identification2022
Shan Jin
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer responses to genetically modified food in China: The influence of existing general attitudes, affect and perceptions of risks and benefits2022
Dr Andy JIn
Dr Glyn Jones
Professor Lynn Frewer
Identifying barriers to sustainable apple production: A stakeholder perspective2022
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Andy JIn
Dr Glyn Jones
Professor Zhenhong Li
et al.
Precision agriculture technology adoption: a qualitative study of small-scale commercial "family farms" located in the North China Plain2022
Johny Hilaire
Dr Sophie Tindale
Dr Glyn Jones
Gabriela Pingarron-Cardenas
Dr Mercy Ojo
et al.
Risk perception associated with an emerging agri-food risk in Europe: plant viruses in agriculture2022
Fathir Sidiq
Dr David Coles
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
The role of traditional diets in promoting food security in low and middle income countries: A systematic review2022
Professor Lynn Frewer
Adoption of combinations of adaptive and mitigatory climate-smart agricul‐tural practices and its impacts on rice yield and income: Empirical evidencefrom Hubei, China2021
Francis Naab
Dr David Coles
Professor Lynn Frewer
Public perceptions regarding genomic technologies applied to breeding farm animals: A qualitative study2021
Fathir Sidiq
Dr David Coles
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Sago and the indigenous peoples of Papua, Indonesia: A review2021
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Dr Katherine Livingstone
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Self-efficacy, habit strength, health locus of control and response to the personalised nutrition Food4Me intervention study2021
Professor Lynn Frewer
Sex and age differences in attitudes and intention to adopt personalised nutrition in a UK sample2021
Shan Jin
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Social Dimensions of Synthetic Biology in the Agrifood Sector: The Perspective of Chinese and EU Scientists2021
Dr Beth Clark
Dr James Taylor
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Glyn Jones
Professor Zhenhong Li
et al.
A hybrid modelling approach to understanding adoption of precision agriculture technologies in Chinese cropping systems2020
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
A value chain analysis of interventions to control production diseases in the intensive pig production sector2020
Dr Glyn Jones
Shan Jin
Professor Zhenhong Li
Professor Lynn Frewer
Effects of agricultural cooperative society on farmers' technical efficiency: Evidence from stochastic frontier analysis2020
Professor Lynn Frewer
Predictors of stakeholders' intention to adopt nutrigenomics2020
Dr Sophie Tindale
Professor Lynn Frewer
The effectiveness of policies promoting sustainable permanent grasslands across five European countries (representing five biogeographic regions): Mapping, understanding, and key stakeholder perceptions.2020
Professor Zhenhong Li
James Taylor
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Zhenhai Li
Dr Rachel Gaulton
et al.
A comparative review on the state and advancement of Site-Specific Crop Management in the UK and China2019
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Paul Brereton
et al.
A systematic review of consumer perceptions of food and authenticity: A European perspective2019
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Luca Panzone
Dr Gavin Stewart
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Consumer attitudes towards production diseases in intensive production systems2019
Professor Lynn Frewer
Personalised nutrition technologies and innovations: a cross-national survey of registered dietitians2019
Dr Sophie Tindale
Professor Lynn Frewer
Review of facilitators of, and barriers to, adoption and choice of permanent grassland management options to deliver ecosystem services.2019
Shan Jin
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Synthetic biology applied in the agrifood sector: Public perceptions, attitudes and implications for future studies2019
Dr Anne Dijkstra
Professor Lynn Frewer
Revisiting Public Debate on Genetic Modification and Genetically Modified Organisms. Explanations for contemporary Dutch public attitudes2018
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Glyn Jones
Dr Helen Kendall
Professor Zhenhong Li
Dr Rachel Gaulton
et al.
A proposed framework for accelerating technology trajectories in agriculture: a case study in China2018
Professor Mark Reed
Steven Vella
Professor Lynn Frewer
Rosmarie Neumann
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
et al.
A theory of participation: What makes stakeholder and public engagement in environmental management work?2018
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Dr Katherine Livingstone
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
et al.
Application of Behavior Change Techniques in a Personalized Nutrition Electronic Health Intervention Study: Protocol for the Web-Based Food4Me Randomized Controlled Trial2018
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Mei-Yen Chan
Dr Beth Clark
Paul Brereton
et al.
Chinese consumer's attitudes, perceptions and behavioural responses towards food fraud2018
Marian Raley
Dr David Coles
Professor Lynn Frewer
Critical review of methods for risk ranking of food related hazards, based on risks for human health2018
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Gulbanu Kaptan
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Matthew Grainger
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
et al.
Drivers of existing and emerging food safety risks: Expert opinion regarding multiple impacts2018
Dr Gulbanu Kaptan
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Extrapolating understanding of food risk perceptions to emerging food safety cases2018
Dr Arnout Fischer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food choice motives, attitudes toward and intention to adopt personalised nutrition2018
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Marian Raley
Beth Clark
Dr Mei-Yen Chan
et al.
Food Fraud and the Perceived Integrity of European Food Imports into China2018
Professor Lynn Frewer
Perceptions and experiences of early-adopting registered dietitians in integrating nutrigenomics into practice2018
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Beth Clark
Paul Brereton
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Product attributes and consumer attitudes affecting preferences for infant milk formula in China - a latent class approach2018
Dr Carlos Celis Morales
Dr Katherine Livingstone
Professor Lynn Frewer
Professor John Mathers
Capturing health and eating status through a nutritional perception screening questionnaire (NPSQ9) in a randomised internet-based personalised nutrition intervention: the Food4Me study2017
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Citizens, consumers and farm animal welfare: A meta-analysis of willingness-to-pay studies2017
Andy Ong
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mei-Yen Chan
Cognitive Dissonance in Food and Nutrition – A Conceptual Framework2017
Andy Ong
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mei-Yen Chan
Cognitive Dissonance in Food and Nutrition – A Review2017
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer acceptance and rejection of emerging agrifood technologies and their applications2017
Professor Lynn Frewer
Factors determining the integration of nutritional genomics into clinical practice by registered dieticians2017
Dr Helen Kendall
Dr Paul Naughton
Dr Beth Clark
Dr James Taylor
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
Precision Agriculture in China: Exploring Awareness, Understanding, Attitudes and Perceptions of Agricultural Experts and End-Users in China2017
Dr Arnout Fischer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Providing Personalised Nutrition: Consumers' Trust and Preferences Regarding Sources of Information, Service Providers and Regulators, and Communication Channels2017
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Public perceptions of personalised nutrition through the lens of Social Cognitive Theory2017
Dr Andrew Hudson
Professor Lynn Frewer
Paul Brereton
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Gavin Stewart
et al.
The Agri-food chain and Antimicrobial Resistance: a review2017
Professor Lynn Frewer
The BROWSE model for predicting exposures of residents and bystanders to agricultural use of plant protection products: An overview2017
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Luca Panzone
Dr Gavin Stewart
The need for formal policy synthesis in food policy. A case study of willingness to pay.2017
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
"Reaching its limits”: Industry perspectives on salt reduction2016
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
Professor Lynn Frewer
et al.
A systematic review of public attitudes, perceptions and behaviours towards production diseases associated with farm animal welfare2016
Marian Raley
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Barriers to using consumer science information in food technology innovations: An exploratory study using Delphi methodology2016
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Gulbanu Kaptan
Consumer Perceptions of Risks From Food2016
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
Making personalised nutrition the easy choice: creating policies to break down the barriers and reap the benefits2016
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mary Brennan
Risk/Benefit Communication about Food - A Systematic Review of the Literature2016
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr David Coles
Dr Anne Dijkstra
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Helen Kendall
et al.
Synthetic Biology Applied in the Agrifood Sector: Societal Priorities and Pitfalls2016
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Willingness to pay for personalised nutrition across Europe2016
Dr Steven Emery
Professor Lynn Frewer
A Review of the Use of Pictograms for Communicating Pesticide Hazards and Safety Instructions: Implications for EU Policy2015
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Carmen Hubbard
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer acceptance of and willingness to pay for food nanotechnology: a systematic review2015
Marian Raley
Dr David Coles
Professor Lynn Frewer
Critical Review of Methodology and Application of Risk Ranking for Prioritisation of Food and Feed Related Issues, on the Basis of the Size of Anticipated Health Impact2015
Dr David Coles
Professor Lynn Frewer
Ethical Issues and Potential Stakeholder Priorities Associated with the Application of Genomic Technologies Applied to Animal Production Systems2015
Nidhi Gupta
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Ethics, Risk and Benefits Associated with Different Applications of Nanotechnology: A Comparison of Expert and Consumer Perceptions of Drivers of Societal Acceptance2015
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food4Me study: Validity and reliability of Food Choice Questionnaire in 9 European countries2015
Dr Kyriaki Remoundou
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
Perceptions of pesticides exposure risks by operators, workers, residents and bystanders in Greece, Italy and the UK2015
Professor Lynn Frewer
Predictors of health-related quality-of-life of European food-allergic patients2015
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Promoting healthy dietary behaviour through personalised nutrition: technology push or technology pull2015
Dr Arnout Fischer
Mark Walsh
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
The perceived impact of the National Health Service on personalised nutrition service delivery among the UK public2015
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
A Protocol for a meta-analysis of consumers' and citizens willingness-to-pay for farm animal welfare and disease prevention2014
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Luca Panzone
Professor Lynn Frewer
A protocol for a systematic review into consumers' attitudes, beliefs and perceived ethical obligations towards farm animal welfare2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr David Coles
Attitudes towards genetically modified animals in food production2014
Dr Gulbanu Kaptan
Professor Lynn Frewer
Awareness on adverse effects of nanotechnology increases negative perception among public: survey study from Singapore2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Nidhi Gupta
Dr Arnout Fischer
Dr Emma Giles
Dr David Coles
et al.
Consumer attitudes towards nanotechnologies applied to food production2014
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Expert involvement in policy development: A systematic review of current practice2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food choice motives and intention to adopt personalised nutrition2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food4Me: Food choice motives and intention to adopt personalised nutrition2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Health-related quality of life in food-allergic adults from eight European countries2014
Dr Steven Emery
Professor Lynn Frewer
Maximizing the policy impacts of public engagement: a European study2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Perceived barriers to the uptake of personalised nutrition: a comparison between European countries2014
Dr Kyriaki Remoundou
Dr Mary Brennan
Professor Lynn Frewer
Pesticide Risk Perceptions, Knowledge, and Attitudes of Operators, Workers, and Residents: A Review of the Literature2014
Dr Arnout Fischer
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Psychological Determinants of Consumer Acceptance of Personalised Nutrition in 9 European Countries2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Risk Analysis: Risk Communication2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
Risk Analysis: Risk Communication: Diet, Nutrition, and Health2014
Professor Lynn Frewer
The Impact of Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Food Challenge (DBPCFC) on the Socioeconomic Cost of Food Allergy in Europe2014
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Attitudes and attitudinal ambivalence change towards nanotechnology applied to food production2013
Marian Raley
Professor Lynn Frewer
Better communication for successful food technology development: A Delphi study2013
Giovanni Sogari
Dr Mary Brennan
Marian Raley
Professor Lynn Frewer
Biotechnology and Public opinion: The results of a citizens' jury case study2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer perception of risks associated with food, safety and traceability2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer perceptions of risks of chemical and microbiological contaminants associated with food chains: A cross-national study.2013
Nidhi Gupta
Professor Lynn Frewer
Expert views on societal responses to different applications of nanotechnology: a comparative analysis of experts in countries with different economic and regulatory environments2013
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Factors influencing European consumer uptake of personalised nutrition: Results of a qualitative analysis2013
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food4Me Personalised Nutrition: What does the consumer want2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr David Coles
Dr Arnout Fischer
Genetically Modified Animals from Life-Science, Socio-Economic and Ethical Perspectives: Examining issues in an EU policy context2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Health sector costs of self-reported food allergy in Europe: a patient-based cost of illness study2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Multidisciplinary approaches to allergies2013
Dr David Coles
Professor Lynn Frewer
Nanotechnology applied to European food production - A review of ethical and regulatory issues2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Perspectives for integrating human and environmental risk assessment and synergies with socio-economic analysis2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Public perceptions of agri-food applications of genetic modification - A systematic review and meta-analysis2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Self-reported attitude scales: current practice in adequate assessment of reliability, validity, and dimensionality2013
Marian Raley
Professor Lynn Frewer
The Connect4Action Delphi study: report of the round 1 outcomes (Deliverable 3.1)2013
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer preferences regarding food-related risk-benefit messages2012
Professor Lynn Frewer
Defining European preparedness and research needs regarding emerging infectious animal diseases: Results from a Delphi expert consultation.2012
Nidhi Gupta
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Factors influencing societal response of nanotechnology: an expert stakeholder analysis2012
Professor Lynn Frewer
Optimising the delivery of food allergy information. An assessment of food allergic consumer preferences for different information delivery formats2012
Professor Lynn Frewer
Risk Perception, Communication and Food Safety2012
Professor Lynn Frewer
Socio-psychological determinants of public acceptance of technologies: A review2012
Professor Lynn Frewer
Subjective Welfare, Well-Being, and Self-Reported Food Hypersensitivity in Four European Countries: Implications for European Policy2012
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
The Impact of Balanced Risk-Benefit Information and Initial Attitudes on Post-Information Attitudes2012
Professor Lynn Frewer
Allergens in law; European legislation assessed against the preferences of food allergic consumers2011
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer attitudes towards hypoallergenic apples that alleviate mild apple allergy2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer needs and requirements for food and ingredient traceability information2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mary Brennan
Consumer response to novel agri-food technologies: Implications for predicting consumer acceptance of emerging food technologies2011
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer responses to integrated risk-benefit information associated with the consumption of food2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr David Coles
Impact of the European Clinical Trials Directive on prospective academic clinical trials associated with bone marrow transplantation2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Novel foods and allergy: Regulations and risk-benefit assessment2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Preferred information strategies for food allergic consumers. A study in Germany, Greece, and The Netherlands2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Preferred information strategies for food allergic consumers. A study in Germany, Greece, and The Netherlands.2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Research for food and health in Europe: themes, needs and proposals2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Stakeholder engagement in food risk management: Evaluation of an iterated workshop approach2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
The SAFE FOODS framework for improved risk analysis of foods2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Arnout Fischer
Dr David Coles
The use of Delphi methodology in agrifood policy development: Some lessons learned2011
Professor Lynn Frewer
Barriers to adoption of measures to control Salmonella in pigs in the UK; A stakeholder analysis2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer Confidence in the Safety of Food and Newspaper Coverage of Food Safety Issues: A Longitudinal Perspective2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Arnout Fischer
Consumer evaluations of food risk management in Russia2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Arnout Fischer
Consumer perceptions of best practice in food risk communication and management: Implications for risk analysis policy2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer purchase habits and views on food safety: A Brazilian study2010
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Effective identification and management of emerging food risks: results of an international Delphi survey2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Experts' perspectives on the implementation of traceability in Europe2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Exploring the Social Impact of Food Safety Issues: Including Social Impact Assessment in Food Safety Governance2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food allergy and novel foods; can novel foods mitigate food allergy problems?2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr David Coles
Charles Kubicek
Has the European Clinical Trials Directive been a success?2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Household costs associated with food allergy: an exploratory study2010
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Perceptions of health risks and benefits associated with fish consumption among Russian consumers2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Potential methods and approaches to assess social impacts associated with food safety issues2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
The costs of food allergy. Results of an exploratory study pilot study2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
The New Food Economy2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
Views of food chain actors regarding the implementation of traceabiltiy systems in Europe2010
Professor Lynn Frewer
A working procedure for identifying emerging risk at an early stage2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Brazillian consumer views on food irradiation2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer familiarity with foods and the perception of risks and benefits2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food allergy consumers' preferences for labelling practices; a qualitative study in a real shopping environment2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food risk management quality:consumer evaluation of past and emerging food safety incidents2009
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Reliability of the Rasch Food Safety Practices scale2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Russian consumers' motives for food choice2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Social and economic costs of food allergies in Europe: the development of socioeconomic impact questionnaire2009
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
The impact of existing attitudes and information on perception of risks and benefits associated with food technologies2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
The views of key stakeholders on an evolving food risk governance framework: Results from a Delphi study2009
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer confidence in the safety of food in Canada and the Netherlands: The validation of a generic framework2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer perceptions of quality and safety and their relation to traceability2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer perceptions of traceability: A cross national comparison of associated benefits2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer responses to communication about food risk management2008
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food Safety in the Domestic Environment: The Effect of Consumer Risk Information on Human Disease Risks2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food-allergic consumers’ labelling preferences: a cross-cultural comparison2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food-safety practices in the domestic kitchen: Demographic, Personality and Experiential Determinants2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
How trust in institutions and organizations builds general consumer confidence in the safety of food: A decomposition of effects2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
The influence of perceived benefits on acceptance of GM applications for allergy prevention2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
The information needs and labelling preferences of food allergic consumers: the views of stakeholders regarding information scenarios2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
The Quality of Food Risk Management in Europe: Perspectives and Priorities2008
Professor Lynn Frewer
A framework for measuring the social impact of food allergy across Europe: a EuroPrevall state of the art paper2007
Professor Lynn Frewer
A perceptual divide? Consumer and expert attitudes to food risk management in Europe2007
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer acceptance of new food technologies: Lessons for the future of nutrigenomics2007
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer evaluations of food risk management quality in Europe2007
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer Selection of Food-Safety Information Sources2007
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Food safety in the domestic environment: An interdisciplinary investigation of microbial hazards during food preparation2007
Professor Lynn Frewer
The Prevalence, Cost and Basis of Food Allergy Across Europe2007
Professor Lynn Frewer
Incorporating a gender dimension in food allergy research: a review2006
Professor Lynn Frewer
Perceptions of food risk management among key stakeholders: results from a cross-European study2006
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Toward Improving Food Safety in the Domestic Environment: A Multi-Item Rasch Scale for the Measurement of the Safety Efficacy of Domestic Food-Handling Practices2006
Professor Lynn Frewer
A typology of public engagement mechanisms2005
Dr Arnout Fischer
Professor Lynn Frewer
Improving Food Safety in the Domestic Environment: The Need for a Transdisciplinary Approach2005
Professor Lynn Frewer
Evaluating public participation exercises: A research agenda2004
Professor Lynn Frewer
Information provision for allergic consumers – where are we going with food allergen labelling?2004
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Professor Lynn Frewer
Public worry about specific food safety issues2004
Professor Lynn Frewer
Societal aspects of genetically modified foods2004
Professor Lynn Frewer
Beyond the knowledge deficity: Recent reseach into lay and expert attitudes to food risks2003
Professor Lynn Frewer
Communicating about the risks and benefits of genetically modified foods: The mediating role of trust2003
Professor Lynn Frewer
Low income consumers' attitudes and behaviour towards access, availability and motivation to eat fruit and vegetables2003
Professor Lynn Frewer
Societal issues and public attitudes towards genetically modified foods in human health and nutrition2003
Professor Lynn Frewer
Temporal stability of the psychological determinants of trust: implications for communcation about food risks2003
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Mitchell Ness
The views of scientific experts on how the public conceptualize uncertainty2003
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Dr Mitchell Ness
Public preferences for informed choice under conditions of risk uncertainty2002
Professor Lynn Frewer
The media and genetically modified foods: evidence in support of social amplification of risk2002
Professor Lynn Frewer
Trust, perceived risk and attitudes toward food technologies2002
Professor Lynn Frewer
Using interpretative phenomenology to understand the food related experiences and beliefs of a select group of low-income UK women2002
Professor Lynn Frewer
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Sharron Kuznesof
Communicating risk uncertainty with the public2001
Professor Lynn Frewer
Investigating specific concerns about different food hazards - higher and lower order attributes2001
Professor Lynn Frewer
Non-conventional technologies and impact on consumer behaviour2001
Professor Lynn Frewer
Newspaper reporting of hazards in the UK and Sweden2000
Professor Lynn Frewer
Public participation methods: A framework for evaluation2000
Professor Lynn Frewer
Individual differences in starchy food consumption: The application of preference mapping1998
Professor Lynn Frewer
Methodological approaches to assessing risk perceptions associated with food related hazzards1998
Professor Lynn Frewer
The influence of initial attitudes on responses to communication about genetic engineering in food production1998
Professor Lynn Frewer
Understanding public attitudes to technology1998
Professor Lynn Frewer
"Objection" mapping in determining group and individual concerns regarding genetic engineering1997
Professor Lynn Frewer
Consumer attitudes towards different food-processing technologies used in cheese production: the influence of consumer benefit1997
Professor Lynn Frewer
Public concerns about general and specific applications of genetic engineering: Risk, benefit and ethics1997
Professor Lynn Frewer
The elaboration likelihood model and communication about food risks1997
Professor Lynn Frewer
The influence of realistic product exposure on attitudes twards genetic engineering of foodstuffs1996
Professor Lynn Frewer
What determines trust in information about food-related risks? Underlying psychological constructs1996
Professor Lynn Frewer
Assessing and structuring attitudes towards the use of gene technology in food production: The role of perceived ethical obligation1995
Professor Lynn Frewer
Ethical concerns and risk perceptions associated with different applications of genetic engineering: Interrelationships with the perceived need for regulation of the technology1995
Professor Lynn Frewer
Genetic engineering and food: What determines consumer acceptance1995
Professor Lynn Frewer
Attributing information to different sources: Effects on the perceived qualities of information, on the perceived relevance of information and effects on attitude formation1994
Professor Lynn Frewer
Gene technology, food production and public opinion: A UK study1994
Professor Lynn Frewer
The interrelationship between perceived knowledge, control and risk associated with a range of food erlated hazards targeted at the self, other people and society1994