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  • Considerable stress among people subjected to isolation

    [15 Apr 2020] What happens to us when we have to endure forced quarantine? Leif Denti, researcher at the Department of Psychology, believes that the negative consequences of long-term enforced isolation are so serious that many things indicate that Sweden has made the right choice in opting for a less severe strategy in attempting to stop the spread of Covid-19. This is shown by recent research.

  • As of 18 March 2020, the premises will be closed for teaching and visitors

    [17 Mar 2020] The Department of Psychology temporarily transfer to distance education and distance work and close the premises for teaching and visitors.

  • The majority consider themselves more environmentally friendly than others

    [19 Dec 2019] Research from the University of Gothenburg shows that we tend to overestimate our personal environmental commitment. In a study with participants from Sweden, the United States, England, and India, most participants were convinced that they acted more environmentally friendly than the average person.

  • Thesis on Interviewing Guilty Suspects

    [27 Sep 2019] An important focus within Legal Psychology is to establish empirically tested, non-coercive, ethical investigative interviewing techniques. The idea behind this thesis was to understand what determines various suspect behaviors in an investigative interview.

  • Psychology today 071119: Body image: Is It Getting Better?

    [14 Aug 2019] Body image differs for men and women across time, but improvement is possible.

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