Anne H. Berman

 

 


 

Dr Anne H Berman is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Karolinska Institutet. She has an intense interest in human behavior and, apart from psychology, has studied urban planning and law. Anne has been researching criminality and substance abuse issues for many years and is the initiator of a simple self-report drug screening test, the DUDIT, used in countries all over the world. Every week, Anne balances psychotherapy work with substance users, and research on digital interventions for problematic alcohol and drug use. Always inspired by a broad perspective, she particularly loves teaching behavioral medicine. Her work for this course is supported by the International Society of Behavioral Medicine, for which she is Education and Training Chair.




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Nov 1st 2016

Learn how to change everyday behaviors for healthier lives using basic behavioral medicine concepts. Test yourself with virtual patient scenarios. Behavioral medicine is the science of changing our behavior, so we as individuals can stay healthy and happy as long as we can. In this course on Behavioral Medicine, you will learn about basic behavioral medicine concepts and explore how they can be applied to help people who need to change specific lifestyle behaviors to attain better health.

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