Monday, 11/15/2021, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. ARCHIVED EVENT
The speakers in this webinar intend to move the understanding of how social and psychological factors shape health related behavior change by highlighting variations in mechanisms that create and sustain health behavior changes.
In this webinar, participants:
• Will be exposed to various theoretical frameworks for behavior change, and how these have been developed and applied to diverse populations
• Hear examples of how various approaches can be used to improve behavioral interventions and healthy lifestyles for diverse aging populations
• Identify areas of needed research to better apply these principles to interventions for diverse older adults, especially for the development of interventions for Alzheimer’s caregivers.
Presented by NIA/RCMAR Webinar at GSA.
Lisa Onken, NIH/NIA, The Stage Model
Michelle Carlson, John Hopkins University, Experience Corps Study
Jun Ma, University of Illinois Chicago, Problem Solving Therapy
Fadel Zeidan, UC San Diego, Neural mechanisms of Mindfulness and Pain
Donald Edmondson, The NIH Science of Behavior Change program
Vincent Mor, NIA IMPACT Collaboratory