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Britt af Klinteberg

Christina Scheffel Birath
Stockholm Centre for Dependency Disorder


Britt af Klinteberg is Professor of Psychology, Stockholm University, connected to Centre for Health Equity Studies, Stockholm University/Karolinska Institutet, and affiliated Professor of Psychology, Dept of Women's and Children's Health, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.She lately also finilized her six years of service as Ordinary Board member of the Alcohol Research Council of the Swedish Alcohol Retailing Monopoly and her two years as Chairman of the Swedish Association of Alcohol and Drug Research, 2003 - 2005.She has published more than eighty scientific articles and chapters, is reviewer for a number of international journals, and Associate Editor of Journal of Individual Differences, 2004-2009. Responsible for the database Young Lawbreakers as Adults (YLA) originating from a project initiated in 1956 by the Swedish Ministry of Justice

Research Interest

She has conducted research on behaviour and personality, as well as neuropsychological and psychobiological indicators of vulnerability for developing ill health-related lifestyles and 'disinhibitory psychopathology'. Her research focus is on dysfunctional impulse control, hyperactive behaviour, attention and cognition as important intervening factors in the development of psychosocial disturbances such as eating disorders, antisocial behaviour, drug abuse and violence.