Omer Van den Bergh
University of Leuven
Omer Van den Bergh is emeritus professor of Health Psychology at the University of Leuven. He is an expert in the broad area of the relationship between health and behavior. Specific key words in his work are symptom perception and (respiratory) psychophysiology in response to stress and aversive somatic experiences. His research involves both normal subjects in laboratory experiments, clinical studies on psychosomatic and pulmonary patients in the university hospital, and field studies on subjective health symptoms. In November 2018, he received a Lifetime Achie¬vement Award from the International Society for Behavioral Medicine (ICBM, Santiago, Chile).
New developments for psychological treatment as seen from EACLIPT's journal ‘Clinical Psychology in Europe’S201 (Prof. Tomaszewski's Lecture Hall) 11:00 - 12:30
Chairs: Winfried Rief, University of Marburg and Cornelia Weise, University of Marburg
Winfried Rief, Cornelia Weise, Maria Karekla, Tania Lincoln, Omer Van den Bergh