Dennis Nientimp, BSc

Dennis Nientimp is a Research Master Student of Behavioral Science who is currently joining the Environmental Psychology group in Vienna to finish his thesis. His thesis investigates planned hedonic goal deviations as a new intervention technique to promote pro environmental goal striving in the context of meat condumption. Apart from that Dennis is interested in methods of Behavioral Change and how communication through media is perceived and can affect human behavior. His previous education was centered around Social and Cultural Psychology and he is currently an intern of the Behavior Change and Wellbeing lab at the BSI (The Behavioural Science Institute), Radboud University.