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The health authorities in Norway have not yet established a clinical follow-up program for children born to drug-addicted mothers. New research emphasizes that these children have a real need for it.
We like eating meat more than the thought of eating animals. Scientists conclude that we choose not to really think about what we eat, because if we do we lose the appetite.
Scientists at the University of Oslo have shown that the content of the "love hormone" oxytocin in blood plasma and serum is about 100 times higher than previously thought. At the same time, they documented the benefits of Open Science and new publishing methods: Better science, faster publication, larger outreach.
Register for the Oslo Life Science Conference 15th - 17th February. The main conference February 16th takes place in the University Aula.
Looking for love
Feb. 1, 2017
Whether we're swiping, surfing or flirting in the office, the search for love is all around. What we may not realize, however, is that science is helping out, too.
Skjelsbæk appointed Visiting Fellow at London School of Economics
Jan. 31, 2017
Inger Skjelsbæk, Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, has been appointed Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security at the London School of Economics.
A Follow-Up Study from a Multisite, Randomized Controlled Trial for Traumatized Children Receiving TF-CBT
Feb. 13, 2017
Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT) is the treatment of choice for traumatized youth, however, follow-up studies are scarce, and treatment effects for cooccurring depression show mixed findings.
Understanding Satisfaction: An Analysis of the Meaning Potential of the Word ‘‘Satisfaction’’ in Everyday Norwegian Language
Feb. 13, 2017
Satisfaction with life is often considered to be a component of or a synonym for subjective well-being.