UNSW Symposium on Eating and Appetite

The UNSW Symposium on Eating and Appetite (USEA) 2015 is a one-day event that will bring together leading Australian and international researchers to present their current research and insights on eating behaviour, appetite, and other related topics. This symposium will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss theoretical and practical issues in the field, and establish connections and possible collaborations with other researchers.

The UNSW Symposium on Eating and Appetite (USEA) 2015 is a one-day event that will bring together leading Australian and international researchers to present their current research and insights on eating behaviour, appetite, and other related topics. This symposium will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss theoretical and practical issues in the field, and establish connections and possible collaborations with other researchers.

The symposium will be held at UNSW on Wednesday April 8, 2015 from 9am to 4pm (just prior to the SASP, EPC, and APS Health Psychology conferences), and will include lunch and refreshments.  Registration is FREE. The symposium is open to staff and students at any level.

 

The speakers for USEA 2015 are (in alphabetical order):

 

Denovan Begg (UNSW Australia)

Bob Boakes (University of Sydney)

Herbert Herzog (Garvan Institute)

Suzanne Higgs (University of Birmingham, UK)

Eva Kemps (Flinders University)

Emily Kothe (Deakin University)

Jennifer Mills (York University, Canada)

Susan Paxton (La Trobe University)

Marika Tiggemann (Flinders University)

Lenny Vartanian (UNSW Australia)

For more information, please contact Lenny Vartanian at lvartanian@psy.unsw.edu.au

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