Simona Haasova, MSc

Applied Social Psychology and Consumer Research

Department of Psychology

University of Vienna

Universitätsstraße 7 (NIG)

A-1010 Vienna


Office: C0715

Phone: +43-1- 4277-47354

Email: simona.haasova@univie.ac.at

Appointments only by arrangement


Courses taught by Simona Haasova

CV (PDF)


Current Position:

University Assistant (prae doc), University of Vienna, Austria


Education:

since 2014
Doctoral Studies, Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria

2012 – 2014
Research master, Social and Health Psychology, Utrecht University (Netherlands)

2008 – 2012
Bachelor studies, Social and Organizational Psychology, Comenius University
(Slovakia)


Selected list of publications & conference presentations:

Haasova, S., Elekes, B., Missbach, B., & Florack, A. (2016). Effects of imagined
consumption and simulated eating movements on food intake: Thoughts
about food are not always of advantage. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1691.

Haasova, S. & Florack, A. (under review). Practicing the (un)healthy = tasty
intuition: Towards an ecological view of the relationship between health
and taste consumer judgments. Food Quality and Preference.

Florack, A., Haasova, S., Hirschauer, S., & Serfas, B. (under review). Playing
with food: The effects of food pre-exposure on consumption in young
children. Applied Psychology: Health and Wellbeing.

Haasova, S. & Florack, A. (October 2017). Practicing the (un)healthy = tasty
intuition: Towards an ecological view of the relationship between health
and taste consumer judgments. Poster presented at the Association for
Consumer Research (ACR) conference, San Diego, CA, USA.

Haasova, S., Florack, A., & Keller, J. (July, 2017). How experiences impact
wellbeing: frequency, intensity and self. Poster presented at the 18th
General Meeting of The European Association for Social Psychology
(EASP), Granada, Spain.


Haasova, S., Florack, A., & Keller, J. (June, 2016). How experiences make us
well: The role of the self. Talk presented at the ICSIH-3: International
Conference on Social Identity and Health, Brisbane, Australia.