Can Understanding the Functional Characteristics of Drinking Environments Make Nightlife Healthier? Invited Public talk for The British Psychological Society's (BPS) Psychologist in the Pub Series

Hill, K. (Visiting lecturer)

Activity: Public Engagement and OutreachPublic lecture/debate/seminarResearch

Description

Invited talk to the BPS Psychologist in the Pub Public Talk Series: Can understanding the functional characteristics of drinking environments make nightlife healthier?
In this talk, Dr Kimberley Hill will outline the evidence base for interventions and prevention approaches aimed at reducing excessive alcohol consumption. After outlining some recent findings, Kimberley will discuss the possibility that action-oriented predictive processing and affordances could explain and prevent health risk behaviour, or enable individuals to make better health choices.
Period26 Nov 2015
VisitingCan Understanding the Functional Characteristics of Drinking Environments Make Nightlife Healthier? Invited Public talk for The British Psychological Society's (BPS) Psychologist in the Pub Series
Degree of RecognitionNational