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By Dag Harald Claes and Giuliano Garavani
Tobias Bach and Christina Lichtmannegger have published an article on long- and short-term effects of administrative reform in the journal Public Policy and Administration.
Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) are persistent organic pollutants that are suspected to be neurodevelopmental toxicants, but epidemiological evidence on neurodevelopmental effects of PFAS exposure is inconsistent.
ARENA postdoctoral researcher Andreas Eriksen has published a new article on political reasoning in EU independent agencies.
Forskning innen beslutningspsykologi og vitnepsykologi viser at vi ikke utelukkende er rasjonelle bedømmere og beslutningstakere, men at våre bedømmelser følger en rekke snarveier inn i beslutningsprosessen, heuristikker.
By Snorre Kverndokk, Erik Figenbaum and Jon Hovi
Asimina Michailidou and Hans-Jörg Trenz
Conflict with parents is common among depressed adolescents, interferes with treatment, and may increase risk of recurrence.
By Tobias Bach, Koen Verhoest, Jan Wynen
Nine short stories, rooted in the complex reality of the climate crisis, are presented in this book, edited by Karen O’Brien, Ann El Khoury, Nicole Schafenacker and Jordan Rosenfeld.
Mental disorders and individual characteristics such as intelligence and personality are complex traits sharing a largely unknown neuronal basis.
In Myanmar, ethnic parties have been relatively ineffective in ensuring representation, writes Kristian Stokke in article in Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, and he goes on to identify key explanations for the weak electoral performance.
Myanmar’s political trajectory remains open-ended, but at least for the time being it seems to be a relatively stable hybrid regime, write Kristian Stokke and Soe Myint Aung in an article in The European Journal of Development Research.
Kristian Stokke has contributed with the chapter "Political parties and religion in Myanmar" in The Routledge Handbook to Religion and Political Parties.
What characterizes labour internationalism in the public sector? Jørgen EikenMagdahl and David Jordhus-Lier have interviewed office bearers in the most important global union federation in this sector, and in an article in Political Geograhpy they identify three strategic rationales: the political-institutional, the movement-popular and the industrial-corporate.
Jozef Bátora and John Erik Fossum have edited a new book on the differentiation of the EU, published by Routledge. Several ARENA researchers have contributed with book chapters.
Men in treatment for intimate partner violence (IPV) do often present with problem formulations that do not fit the therapeutic endeavor of personal change and may, therefore, challenge therapists in their effort to build an alliance.
ARENA researcher Jarle Trondal has, together with Stefan Gäzle and Benjamin Leruth, edited the new anthology Differentiated Integration and Disintegration in a Post-Brexit Era, published by Routledge.
Is the tradition of women’s marital name change just some sort of inertia or drag, which will slowly disappear as modernity progresses, or does this tradition fulfil more contemporary roles? ask Simon Duncan, Anne Lise Ellingsæter and Julia Carter in an article in Sociological Research Online.