Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are highly hereditary diseases. But is it possible to predict who will get them? That is one of the aims of Associate Professor Lars Tjelta Westlye, who is now to receive the Anders Jahre Prize for Young Scientists.
University of California and University of Oslo researchers define the sensations associated with the emotion of ‘kama muta’.
A new study shows that Norwegians perceive feminist women as masculine, while they picture feminist men as feminine.
How you attach to people may explain a lot about your inner life
Jan. 16, 2020
Early interactions with caregivers can dramatically affect your beliefs about yourself, your expectations of others, and how you cope with stress and regulate your emotions as an adult.
Researchers at the universities of Göttingen & Oslo develop linguistic app
Sep. 12, 2019
As parents, we are often interested in following the development of our children and finding out how much they have learnt at different points in the early years of life. Understanding what children know and how they learn is also important for researchers interested in understanding their development.
Finding a common ground: Therapist responsiveness to male clients who have acted violently against their female partner
Jan. 20, 2020
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.
How psychotherapists make use of their experiences from being a client: Lessons from a collective autoethnography
Jan. 8, 2020
First-hand experience of being a client is regarded by many psychotherapists as making an essential contribution to professional development.