Conventional health care still isn’t utilising mankind’s full potential to improve our health. Collaboration with other disciplines, like psychology, is not receiving the attention it should, even though psychological factors partly determine whether or not treatments will be effective. Professor of Health Psychology Andrea Evers is therefore calling for the total implementation of Human Potential.
The Dean of the Graduate School of Social and Behavioural Sciences invites you to attend the Food for Thought meeting of Tuesday November 18. Speakers are prof. Marian Kranenburg-Bakermans, prof. Paul van den Broek and prof. Christine Espin. The meeting will be chaired by prof. Judi Mesman.
Prof. Patricia Spyer (Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology) received a Humanities Research Fellowship of the Australian National University for her research project ‘Orphaned Landscapes: Violence, Visuality, and the Work of Appearances in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia'.