Sanne Raghoebar is a Postdoctoral Researcher at both the Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles group and the Education and Learning Sciences Group. Her research mainly focuses on healthy and sustainable eating and learning behaviours among youngsters.
Raghoebar, S., van Kleef, E., & de Vet, E. (2020). Increasing the proportion of plant-based foods available to shift social consumption norms and food choice among non-vegetarians. Sustainability, 12(13), 5371.
Raghoebar, S., Haynes, A., Robinson, E., van Kleef, E., & de Vet, E. (2019). Served Portion Sizes Affect Later Food Intake Through Social Consumption Norms. Nutrients, 11(12), 2845.
Raghoebar, S., van Rongen, S., Lie, R., & de Vet, E. (2019). Identifying social norms in physical aspects of food environments: A photo study. Appetite, 143, 104414.
Raghoebar, S., van Kleef, E., & de Vet, E. (2017). Self-crafting vegetable snacks: testing the IKEA-effect in children. British Food Journal, 119(6), 1301-1312.