Due to unforeseen circumstances the event due to take place on the 16th of February 2017, “School of Applied Sciences Professorial Lecture: Ian Albery” has now been postponed.
The Events Team will keep you informed when a new date has been arranged. We apologise for any inconvenience this might have caused you.
The Events Team.
When ‘reasoning’ goes out of the window: addictive behaviours as automatic
Showcasing the innovative work of the School of Applied Sciences through a programme of topical professorial evening lectures - open to students, staff, alumni and guests
On 16 February we are delighted to present a lecture by Professor Ian Albery, Professor of Psychology; Director of Research and Enterprise for the School of Applied Sciences, London South Bank University.
Professor Ian Albery joined LSBU from the University of Kent in 1999 and is Professor of Psychology in the Division of Psychology and Director of Research and Enterprise for the School of Applied Sciences. In general his research interests are focused on understanding individuals' health behaviours. More specifically he is interested in those cognitive and social identity processes that have been used to examine health behaviours, most particularly addictive behaviours.