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New lecture series: Addiction & Dependence

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Published on Monday, 14 October 2019

Addiction and dependence pose major challenges to psychological research and treatment. Embedded in the new research priority “Health” of the University of Luxembourg, experts report in public lectures on the state of scientific research and therapeutic practice. Various forms of dependencies, their diagnosis and treatment will be presented and discussed. The lecture series thus addresses highly topical and socially relevant health issues.

The lecture series takes place on Thursdays from 5 p.m. Presentations will be held in German or English. A reception is held after each presentation.

17.10. Pierre Maurage (Université catholique de Louvain) BINGE DRINKING AMONG STUDENTS: A NEW ADDICTIVE DISORDER?

24.10. Joël Billieux (Université du Luxembourg) HOW TO CREATE NEW DISORDERS WITH OLD RECEIPTS? THE CASE OF GAMING DISORDER

07.11. Andreas König (Anonym Glécksspiller asbl) SPIELSÜCHTIG? DANN SOLL ER DOCH EINFACH DAMIT AUFHÖREN! ...ODER?

14.11. Damien Brevers (Université du Luxembourg) EXAMINING NEURAL REACTIVITY TO GAMBLING CUES IN THE AGE OF SPORTS BETTING

21.11. Friederike Gerstenberg (Psychologische Privatpraxis) SYSTEMISCHE THERAPIE VON (SEHN-)SÜCHTEN UND ABHÄNGIGKEITEN

28.11. Annika Lutz (Université du Luxembourg) TOO SLIM IS NEVER ENOUGH - ADDICTIVE ASPECTS OF EATING DISORDERS

05.12. Patrick Burkard (SRH Berufsbildungswerk Neckargemünd) STATIONÄRE ENTWÖHNUNGSBEHANDLUNG BEI ALKOHOLABHÄNGIGKEIT

19.12. Lucien Rochat (Université de Genève) THE PSYCHOLOGY OF "SWIPING": TINDER IS NOT A MERE HOOK-UP APP!

The lecture series is jointly organised by the Master of Science in Psychology: Psychological Intervention and the Bachelor of Science in Psychology of the University of Luxembourg.

Further information on the lectures as well as short summaries of the contents are available: https://bap.uni.lu/lecture_series.

A certificate of attendance can be issued on request if the event is attended regularly. Advance registration is not required.