My Ph.D. project is called “Prediction and early identification of infant relational difficulties”. The project is part of a larger study “A longitudinal population study of infant vulnerability and plasticity from pregnancy to age 18 months” at the National network for infant mental health in Norway, R-BUP Eastern and Southern Norway.
Parent - child interactions
Developmental psychology and developmental psychopathology
Schizophrenia / psychotic disorders, and the treatment of psychotic disorders
Higher education and employment history
Clinical psychologist at Follo DPS, Ungdomsenheten/Tire, 2008-2012, in an Early intervention team for psychosis/schizophrenia in youth and young adults. I also worked with addiction and mental health problems in youth
Two-year introduction program for intensive psychotherapy, Institutt for psykoterapi, Oslo, 2010-2012
Profession-oriented degree program in psychology (Cand. Psychol), University of Oslo, 2008
Bachelor in Social Anthropology, University of Oslo, 2003
- Fredriksen, Eivor; von Soest, Tilmann; Smith, Lars & Moe, Vibeke (2018). Parenting Stress Plays a Mediating Role in the Prediction of Early Child Development from Both Parents? Perinatal Depressive Symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. ISSN 0091-0627. s 1- 16 . doi: 10.1007/s10802-018-0428-4
- Fredriksen, Eivor; von Soest, Tilmann; Smith, Lars & Moe, Vibeke (2017). Patterns of pregnancy and postpartum depressive symptoms: Latent class trajectories and predictors.. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. ISSN 0021-843X. 126(2), s 173- 183 . doi: 10.1037/abn0000246
- Fredriksen, Eivor; Siqveland, Torill; Willis, David; Condon, Marie-Celeste; Eddy, Mark; Smith, Lars; Vannebo, Unni Tranaas & Moe, Vibeke (2014). The Relational Health Screen: A new screening instrument for assessing dyadic quality in parent-child interactions.