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  • Catalyst Feb 2019: Is The Office Romance Dead?

    [19 Mar 2019] The American Catalyst writes about romance at workplaces and refers to the article Workplace Romances: "Going to Work Is Amazing and Really Fun" (International Journal of Psychological Studies) by Lars Göran Wallgren and Inga Tidefors, Department of Psychology.

  • New course: Environmental Psychology

    [15 Mar 2019] The aim of this course is to increase and deepen your knowledge of people's environmental choices and attitudes.

  • New course: Psychological Perspectives on Economic Behaviour

    [15 Mar 2019] We make economic choices every day, ranging from which breakfast cereals to buy, to whether to apply for a house mortgage. Economic psychology (or behavioural economics) is an exciting and growing research field at the intersection between psychology and economics.

  • Alcohol consumption and alcohol-related injuries are increasing among the elderly

    [21 Feb 2019] Elderly people in Sweden drink more than before. At the same time, the number of alcohol-related injuries among the elderly is increasing, since sensitivity to alcohol and the risk of injuries and diseases rise with age. This is shown by a new report from bodies including the University of Gothenburg, which also establishes that there is no truth in the common conception that moderate alcohol consumption could be beneficial.

  • Scientific American Jan 11 2019: Drunk Witnesses Remember a Surprising Amount

    [12 Feb 2019] Interviewing an inebriated person at the scene may be more accurate than waiting until he or she is sober. This according to research findings from Malin Hildebrand Karlén, a senior psychology lecturer at Sweden¿s University of Gothenburg, and her colleagues.

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