"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.
University of California and University of Oslo researchers define the sensations associated with the emotion of ‘kama muta’.
Evaluation of “SIBS”, An Intervention for Siblings and Parents of Children with Chronic Disorders
July 6, 2020
Siblings of children with chronic disorders are at increased risk of experiencing family communication problems and poorer mental health.
Trauma in childhood and adolescence and impaired executive functions are associated with uncertain reflective functioning in mothers with substance use disorder
June 29, 2020
Impairments in reflective functioning are known to have adverse effects on the ability to display sensitive parenting as a caregiver.
Creating art from research: a theatre play based on research interviews with senior therapists
June 22, 2020
The growing scope and influence of qualitative research methodologies has generated an interest in the use of art-informed approaches to disseminating research findings.
Measuring childhood maltreatment: Psychometric properties of the Norwegian version of the Maltreatment and Abuse Chronology of Exposure (MACE) scale
June 15, 2020
Adverse childhood experiences in sensitive periods of the developing brain render the individual at a life-long risk for a broad spectrum of aberrant health outcomes.