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Jennifer Inauen

Dr. Jennifer Inauen

Gruppenleiterin, Cluster: EHPsy

Abteilung Umweltsozialwissenschaften

Über mich

I am a social psychologist and Group Leader (Tenure Track) in the Cluster Environmental and Health Psychology (EHPsy) at the Department of Environmental Social Sciences at Eawag.

My research group focuses on individual and environmental regulation of behavior related to water and health. In particular, I am interested in how behavior change unfolds and can be altered in daily life, and how person and environment (natural, social, and built) interact in this process. Using social and health psychological theory and methods that allow studying psychological processes in daily life, I investigate these phenomena at the example of environmental and other health risks, such as contaminated drinking water or avoiding unhealthy snacks.

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Projekte

The project’s overall goal is to improve the behavioral change strategies used to eliminate Open Defecation.
The aim of this study is to develop and deliver effective behavior change strategies promoting hygiene practices towards the prevention of cholera and diarrheal diseases.
This study aims at developing and testing evidence-based behavior change strategies to alter purchasing and use of sanitation facilities as well as handwashing practices in two main suburbs of Dakar.
This project aimed at improving the effectiveness of an information intervention to promote the use of existing safe water options with theory-based and evidence-based behaviour change techniques.
An integrated project that aimed to develop a generally applicable framework for the mitigation of geogenic contamination in groundwater used for drinking, in particular concerning arsenic and fluoride.

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Adresse

E-Mail: jennifer.inauen@eawag.ch
Telefon: +41 58 765 5780
Fax: +41 58 765 5802
Adresse: Eawag
Überlandstrasse 133
8600 Dübendorf
Büro: FC E10

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Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Behavior change
  • Individual, environmental, and social regulation of behavior
  • Dynamics of psychological processes over time (short-term and long-term
  • Intensive longitudinal methods for studying daily life

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