Few visual impressions can be compared to humans’ interest for faces.New thesis suggests that our brain rewards us for looking at pretty faces.
Instead of shifting the responsibility on to the refugees, we need to treat them as fellow citizens and include them in our everyday lives, according to researcher.
The Oslo-based Lifespan Changes in Brain and Cognition has been named as a world-class research Group.
People born with a particular gene variant have a greater risk of developing depressions, a recent study from the Department of Psychology shows.
For the first time researchers have managed to reconstruct infants visual perception.
Development and aging of cortical thickness correspond to genetic organization patterns
Nov 9, 2015
There is a growing realization that early life influences have lasting impact on brain function and structure.
Norwegian translation and validation of a routine outcomes monitoring measure: The treatment outcome package
Oct 12, 2015
To evaluate the factor structure and clinical validity of a Norwegian translation of the treatment outcome package (TOP). Exploratory factor analysis was used to confirm the factor structure of the TOP (n ¼ 334).
Co-benefits of addressing climate change can motivate action around the world
Oct 12, 2015
Personal and political action on climate change is traditionally thought to be motivated by people accepting its reality and importance.