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Research groups

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Complexity in treatment Outcome, Psychopathology and Epidemiology (COPE) is a research group at the University of Oslo studying the dynamics interwoven with the emergence and maintenance of psychological disorders and the optimization of psychological treatment. The research team is further engaged with the epidemiological modeling of preventive health behavior and mental health during pandemics.

- understanding the dynamics of brain-cogniton relationships.

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Can neuroscience help us understand the development and treatment of mental illness in individual patients?

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Understanding human behavior across different contexts through cultural and social psychological perspectives, and the political sciences more broadly. 

In order to characterize the dynamic mechanisms of mental disorders across the lifespan, we utilize various brain imaging modalities and approaches, with a particular emphasis on combining measures of structural and functional connectivity with genetics.

The Research Unit of Neuropsychopathology (RUN) aims to study the origin and changes of neurocognitive deficits and to understand predictors of functioning in severe mental illness.

The focus of the research group is the study of experienced therapists' clinical activities, and through this to contribute to knowledge and understanding of change processes in psychotherapy.

We study how people, groups and cultures feel and think about each other, influence each other and interact with each other. Social psychology is a field of thriving basic research and many applications.

The Endestad Brain Imaging Group (EBIG) supports research exploring the study of the mind and the biological basis of behavior and mental function.

This is a cross-disiplinary research group,  focusing on studies of the psychology of eyewitness testimony.