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Patrizia Catellani

Regulatory focus and the effect of nutritional messages on health and well-being: The case of red meat intake.

Bertolotti, M., Carfora, V. & Catellani, P. (2019). Regulatory focus and the effect of nutritional messages on health and well-being: The case of red meat intake. Applied Psychology: Health and Wellbeing, in press.

Informational and emotional daily messages to reduce red and processed meat consumption.

Carfora, V., Bertolotti, M., & Catellani, P. (2019). Informational and emotional daily messages to reduce red and processed meat consumption. Appetite, 141, in press.

Different frames to reduce red meat intake: The moderating role of self-efficacy.

Bertolotti, M., Carfora, V. & Catellani, P. (2019). Different frames to reduce red meat intake: The moderating role of self-efficacy. Health Communication, in press.

How to reduce red and processed meat consumption by daily text messages targeting environment or health benefits. 

Carfora, V., Catellani, P., Caso, D., & Conner, M. (2019). Journal of Environmental Psychology, 65, in press.

Locandina ComPol 724x1024The Annual Meeting of Political Communication “Communicate and doing politics in a pop democracy was held in Rome from 14 to 16 December 2017. Together with Mauro Bertolotti and Thomas Nelson (Ohio University) I presented the paper “Pittsburgh or Paris? Framing issues in the policies on energy and climate”. We talked about our studies carried out both in Italy and USA to investigate how people react to messages highlighting advantages or disadvantages for the economy and the environment of programs aimed at increasing the use of renewable energy.