Dr Inge Kersbergen

Inge Kersbergen is a post-doctoral researcher at the department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Liverpool. She is interested in social and environmental influences on health behaviour. Inge holds a master’s degree in behavioural science from the Radboud University, Nijmegen, and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Liverpool. During her post-doc, she examined how serving size reductions can be used to decrease alcohol consumption. She will develop this line of work further as an SSA academic fellow at the University of Sheffield, where she will investigate whether systematic serving size reductions may reduce off-trade alcohol consumption.


The Addiction Debate 2018: Seconding the motion


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Dr Inge Kersbergen

Inge Kersbergen is a post-doctoral researcher at the department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Liverpool. She is interested in social and environmental influences on health behaviour. Inge holds a master’s degree in behavioural science from the Radboud University, Nijmegen, and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Liverpool. During her post-doc, she examined how serving size reductions can be used to decrease alcohol consumption. She will develop this line of work further as an SSA academic fellow at the University of Sheffield, where she will investigate whether systematic serving size reductions may reduce off-trade alcohol consumption.


 

 

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