The First Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health
“Coping, control and adaptation to chronic disease”
Stanislav V. Kasl,
“The future of health promotion at the worksite”
“Positive well-being in the midst of highly stressful circumstances”
“An updated view of the self-regulation system”
The Second Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health
“The nature of social emotions and the social nature of human beings”
“Integrating medical and psychological models of disability”
“The political-economic consequences of psychosocial job design”
“A neurobiological perspective of the longitudinal course of post traumatic psychopathology”
“Rumination and depression”
The Third Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health
Organized together with EHPS, August, 2000
“Health Promotion Through Sociocognitive Means”
Professor K.R. Parkes, University of Oxford, U.K.
“Stress, Health and Organizational Change”
“Psychosocial Responses to the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer: Risk Resilience, and the Impact of an Intervention”
“How useful are social cognition models in predicting, explaining and changing health behaviours?
“Resource Theory, social regulation and health”
The Fourth Dutch Conference on Psychology and Health
“Toward a more positieve psychology: Lessons for – and from – Health Psychology”
“Social and emotional factors and susceptibility to viral infections: Studies of the common cold and influenza”
“From Molecules to mind: Stress, the individual and the social environment”
“Labor market and health: Is effort-reward imbalance at work a missing link?”
“Coping with a critical life event”
The Fifth Conference on Psychology and Health
Professor Roy Baumeister,
"Self-Control, execution function, and ego depletion"
"The pursuit of health goals"
"Emotions: Relationships to health and disease"
"How words can reflect and influence health"
Professor Sabine Sonnentag,
"Recovery: An important concept for work stress research"
The Sixth Conference on Psychology and Health
Professor S. Lyubomirsky
"In the pursuit of happiness: Are sustainable increases in emotional and physical well-being possible?"
Professor J. Polivy
"When is it better to eat a little, and when is it better to eat a lot? Overeating, undereating, and health"
Professor N. Semmer
"Work, well-being, and health: Issues and findings from the Stress-as-Offense-to-Self perspective"
Professor C. Wrosch
“Self-regulation of unattainable goals in adulthood and old age: Benefits for subjective well-being and physical health”
The Seventh Conference on Psychology and Health
Professor Jozien Bensing, Nivel (Netherlands
Institute for Health Services Research),
“Adherence: How to break the conspiracy of silence?”
Susan Michie, Centre for Outcomes
Research and Effectiveness, Department of Psychology,
"Advancing the Science of Behaviour Change"
Professor Eric Stice, Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.
"Obesity Prevention: Using Persuasion Principles to Promote Healthy Behavior Change"
Professor Dieter Zapf, Department of Work and Organizational Psychology, Frankfurt University, Germany
"Emotional Labour and Well-being at Work"
The Eighth Conference on Psychology and Health
Professor Traci Mann, University of Minnesota: “Successful Self-Control of Eating among Dieters”
Professor Michael Sullivan,
Professor Vicky Helgeson, Carnegie Mellon University: “Adjustment to Chronic Illness: Risk and Resilience Factors”