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Can Positive Emotion Interventions Help for Coping with the Stress of a Global Pandemic?
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Hosted by the Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) at Northwestern University.

Presented by:
Judith T. Moskowitz, PhD, MPH
Professor | Medical Social Sciences, Northwestern University
Director of Research | Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
Director | BSIS Core, Third Coast Center for AIDS Research
President | International Positive Psychology Association

Judith Moskowitz is a social/health psychologist who conducts patient-oriented research regarding behavioral and psychosocial factors in the context of significant illness or other life stress. Her current research is focused on the adaptive role of positive emotion regulation for support of beneficial health behavior change (such as diet and physical activity) and prevention of maladaptive health behaviors (such as substance abuse.)

Note: The webinar will be held as a Zoom meeting and requires registration. Approved attendees will receive a Zoom link that is unique to them (so please don't share it). There is a limit of 300 registrations, after which people will be put on a waiting list. We will record the webinar and send it out to anyone on the registration or waiting lists.

May 21, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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