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Elisa Becker


Postdoctoral Researcher

Elisa works on behaviour change interventions that help people reduce their meat intake, both online and in the real world. She is interested in emotional processing of meat and other underlying mechanisms of how and why certain interventions work.

Elisa completed an undergraduate degree in Biology at Humboldt University in Berlin, and a Master’s degree in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security at Newcastle University. During her PhD in Psychology (University of Exeter), Elisa investigated how disgust affects meat avoidance.

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