Dr. Wolfgang Linden

Clinical Psychologist
(Behavioural Medicine)

Department of Psychology
University of British Columbia

Education

1975:

Diplom-Psychologe, Clinical Psychology, Muenster University, Germany

1981:

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, McGill University, Montreal


Research & Professional Experience

1981-1982:

Department of Psychiatry, McGill University School of Medicine, Lecturer

1982-present:

Asst Professor to Full Professor, Clinical Psychology, University of British Columbia


Research Funding:

(major peer-reviewed grants received, at some point in career)

NSERC, SSHRC, BCHRF, MRC, CIHR, NHRDP, BCYHSF, BCBCF


Areas of Expertise:

*Clinical Health Psychology

*Reduction of Health Risk Behaviors

*Treatment of Hypertension

*Psychosocial Cardiac Rehabilitation

*Psychological Factors in Cancer Care
.
Recent Insights, Quotes, and Rules to live by:

“Life is uncertain, eat dessert first!”

“I am too old to be patient.”

“Maturity is acceptance of the inevitability of the defeat of our dreams.
And that is the reason I am not mature.” (B. Callaghan)