Eilert Sundts hus
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Continued advances in neuroimaging technologies and statistical modelling capabilities have improved our knowledge of structural brain development in children and adolescents.
by Carl Henrik Knutsen, John Gerring, Svend-Erik Skaaning, Jan Teorell, Matthew Maguire, Michael Coppedge, and Staffan I. Lindber
In this article in Public Administration, Alexander Katsaitis and David Coen assess which interest groups access the European Parliament's deliberative processes, focusing on its hearings as an understudied area of European governance.
TIKs Allan Dahl Andersen and Erlend Osland Simensen have recently published a paper in Innovation and Development, together with Anabel Marìn (conicet), as an introduction to their special issue on learning and innovation in Natural Resource Based Indsutries (NRBIs).
Maternal postnatal depression has been associated with a broad range of developmental risk among children.
Edited by John Erik Fossum, Riva Kastoryano and Birte Siim, Diversity and Contestations over Nationalism in Europe and Canada addresses three main developments: transnational nationalism, cosmopolitanism and nationalist reactions.
By following 21 complete birth cohorts, Maren Toft utilize sequence analysis and systematically explore pathways that lead to the Norwegian upper class during 10 years of adulthood.
In the article in the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Torbjørn Gundersen provides a systematic account of the role of scientists as experts in policymaking.
Charlotte Galpin and Hans-Jörg Trenz
Persons exposed to torture have suffered serious attacks on their lives, relationships, health, and sense of dignity.
How personality traits relate to structural brain changes in development is an important but understudied question.
John Erik Fossum has contributed with a new chapter in the revised edition of The Handbook of Canadian Public Administration.
Some past events incite more wonder about their causes than do others.
Whiplash-Associated Disorders (WAD) are characterized by great variability in long-term symptoms.
In this article Maren Toft explores intra‐ and intergenerational mobility patterns in the upper strata of the Norwegian class structure.