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  • New course: Legal Psychology: Current Research

    [25 Sep 2017] This course aimes at students with a solid background in Psychology at a bachelor's level, who are beginning or are currently studying at master´s level. This course is well-suited for students who are particularly interested in cutting-edge psychological research of relevance for the legal system, and especially students who have the ambition to move on to PhD-level studies.

  • Agenda 2030, inclusion and mingle with sustainability pros at Act Sustainable! - an inspiration day for university students in Gothenburg

    [4 Sep 2017] Registration has now opened for Act Sustainable!, this year¿s inspiration day around sustainability issues for all students at University of Gothenburg and Chalmers. The afternoon aims to inspire students and let them discuss and deepen their knowledge around sustainable development.

  • Scientific American 170415: Is a Drunk Witness a Bad Witness?

    [7 Apr 2017] Eyewitness memory appears to be largely unaffected by mild or even moderate alcohol consumption. The article refers (among others) to a study made by researchers at the Department of Psychology, University of Gotehnburg.

  • Extensive experience does not necessarily make policemen better murder investigators

    [8 Dec 2016] Recently graduated Norwegian police officers may perform better in murder cases than investigators with extensive experience. And English murder investigators are far better than their colleagues in Norway, which can be explained by a more systematic approach and clear-cut professionalisation of the detective role in England. This is revealed in a thesis in psychology from The University of Gothenburg.

  • More difficult to achieve controlled drinking than to give up alcohol entirely

    [12 Sep 2016] People who are seeking treatment for alcohol dependence and whose goal is to quit drinking entirely are more likely to achieve this goal if they are treated by a care provider who advocates total abstinence. Those who wish to learn to drink in moderation are not as successful, even when they are treated by a care provider who works with controlled consumption. These are the results of a study carried out at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Utskriftsdatum: 2018-02-20