Regina Christiansen

Regina Christiansen

Individual Partner: Regina Christiansen, PhD student, The Department for the Study of Culture (Philosophy), Institute of Clinical Research (Department of Psychiatry, Unit for Alcohol Addiction)

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Brief Description of Work: Investigations of the language people use when communicating in different social contexts. I am interested in the logic of language involved in social interactions and transforming abstract values in to something more concrete. Evidently this can help us to get more advanced information of the values that guide our actions and in which way they guide us. It is also of great interest to investigate if there seems to be a development in people’s values over time depending on life events that occur. Another aspect of this work is to develop this insight to more computational tools.

Key Words: Resident in: Denmark; Working in: Denmark; Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/social relations, Education, Management, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar), Meeting/Workshops, Policy/Commissioning, Policy, Publications/CUP series, Research/philosophy, Research/Medical sciences/Alcohol/Psychiatry, Services/person-centered, Services/teamwork, Services/guidelines; Nursing homes Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Decision theory, Evidence-based practice, Ethics, Health economics, Medical humanities/[logic, fuzzy logic, algorithm]; Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Mental health/General, Mental health/Alcohol abuse, Well-being, Responsibility (moral), Actions, Neuro

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