Kristine’s current research is situated at the intersection of the fields of nutrition, consumer behaviour, and the learning sciences. The project aims to develop an understanding of the way people deal with conflicting information on health and nutrition, and to explore the potential of an educational activity in order to support people in navigating conflict for sustainable decision-making. Kristine holds a MSc in Health Education and Promotion from Maastricht University in The Netherlands and a Master in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. She is interested in research on health and nutrition literacy, food and consumer behaviour, and the link between health and environmentally sustainable behaviours.
Deroover K, Bucher T, Vandelanotte C, de Vries H, Duncan M, 'Practical nutrition knowledge mediates the relationship between socio-demographic characteristics and diet quality in adults: A cross-sectional analysis.', American Journal of Health Promotion, 34 59-62 (2020) [C1]