New research links racism to a heritable personality.
"The quality of life in Norway is already unequally distributed. And the marginalized groups are going to increase in the wake of the Corona pandemic," says Ragnhild Bang Nes. She has conducted research into what makes us happy.
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.
Two new RCN grants for Promenta
Dec. 17, 2020
PIs Espen Røysamb and Ragnhild Bang Nes scored two for two this week as grants from the Research Council of Norway were announced, adding two exciting new projects to the Promenta portfolio. These grants provide the resources to do groundbreaking research into the field of quality of life and wellbeing, from two rather different perspectives.
Provide summer research projects for students in life sciences
Dec. 10, 2020
UiO:Life Science will fund educational summer research projects for 40 students between April and September 2021 for students currently enrolled in a bachelor, master or relevant professional degree program at UiO. We now invite you to suggest projects for one or two students. The application deadline is 1 February 2021.
From statistics to trust: Psychology in transition
Jan. 18, 2021
Modern psychology has aimed at being a natural science
Opening Up: Clients’ Inner Struggles in the Initial Phase of Therapy
Dec. 21, 2020
To explore how clients in clinical settings experience the process of opening up and sharing their inner experiences in the initial phase of therapy