Carole A. Bisogni focuses on Food choice, Social psychology, Grounded theory, Life course approach and Context. Among her research on Food choice, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Marketing, Quality and Food systems. The Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Situational ethics and Health psychology.
Her Grounded theory study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology and Feeling. Her Life course approach research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Qualitative research and Process. Her studies in Qualitative research integrate themes in fields like Identity, Conceptual framework and Social environment.
Her main research concerns Food choice, Social psychology, Grounded theory, Developmental psychology and Qualitative research. Food choice is intertwined with Life course approach, Ethnic group, Food systems, Qualitative interviews and Context in her study. Her study looks at the relationship between Social psychology and topics such as Cognition, which overlap with Schema.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Data collection, Behavior change and Health promotion. Carole A. Bisogni has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Situational ethics, Conceptual framework and Social environment. Her Qualitative research research incorporates elements of Identity, Focus group, Applied psychology and Agency.
Carole A. Bisogni mostly deals with Food choice, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Qualitative research and Gerontology. There are a combination of areas like Grounded theory, Perspective, Situational ethics, Construct and Coping integrated together with her Food choice study. Her Risk society research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology.
Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health education, Social environment and Social constructionism. The various areas that Carole A. Bisogni examines in her Qualitative research study include Cognition and Applied psychology. Her biological study deals with issues like Psychological intervention, which deal with fields such as Food processing and Value.
Her primary areas of study are Food choice, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Qualitative research and Coping. Her Food choice research overlaps with other disciplines such as Workload, Situational ethics, Recreation, Job security and Social constructionism. Carole A. Bisogni has included themes like Marketing and Health psychology in her Situational ethics study.
Her Social constructionism research includes themes of Psychosocial, Focus group, Health education and Identity. Her work on Psychopathology expands to the thematically related Social psychology. Many of her studies on Coping involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Social environment.
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Food choice: a conceptual model of the process.
Tanis Furst;Margaret Connors;Carole A. Bisogni;Jeffery Sobal.
Managing values in personal food systems.
Margaret Connors;C. A. Bisogni;J. Sobal;C. M. Devine.
Constructing food choice decisions.
Jeffery Sobal;Carole A. Bisogni.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2009)
Who we are and how we eat: a qualitative study of identities in food choice.
Carole A. Bisogni;Margaret Connors;Carol M. Devine;Jeffery Sobal.
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (2002)
“A lot of sacrifices:” Work-family spillover and the food choice coping strategies of low wage employed parents
Carol M. Devine;Margaret Jastran;Jennifer Jabs;Elaine Wethington.
Social Science & Medicine (2006)
A conceptual model of the food and nutrition system.
Jeffery Sobal;Laura Kettel Khan;Carole Bisogni.
Social Science & Medicine (1998)
Sandwiching it in: spillover of work onto food choices and family roles in low- and moderate-income urban households.
Carol M Devine;Margaret M Connors;Jeffery Sobal;Carole A Bisogni.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
Trying to Find the Quickest Way: Employed Mothers' Constructions of Time for Food
Jennifer Jabs;Carol M. Devine;Carole A. Bisogni;Tracy J. Farrell.
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (2007)
Food Choice Processes of Older Adults: A Qualitative Investigation
Laura Winter Falk;Carole A. Bisogni;Jeffery Sobal.
Journal of Nutrition Education (1996)
Life-Course Influences on Fruit and Vegetable Trajectories: Qualitative Analysis of Food Choices
Carol M. Devine;Margaret Connors;Carole A. Bisogni;Jeffery Sobal.
Journal of Nutrition Education (1998)
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