Evan Forman, PhD, is a professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences. The clinical psychologist studies health-related behavior change, especially related to problems of obesity and overeating, food cravings and neurocognition of eating. His research interests also include cognitive-behavioral and acceptance-based psychotherapies, and developing technological innovations — like smartphone apps and computer games — to treat health conditions.
He is also director of the University’s Center for Weight, Eating and Lifestyle Science (WELL Center), an interdisciplinary clinical research center which aims to develop, test and disseminate new behavioral and technological solutions to treat obesity, poor diet, sedentariness and disordered eating.
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