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Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge


Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge
+46 31 786 2353

Room number: 585
Postal Address: Box 500, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Haraldsgatan 1 , 41314 Göteborg

Department of Psychology (More Information)
Box 500
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Haraldsgatan 1 , 413 14 Göteborg

About Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge


Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge defended her PhD in 2004. She received her associate professorship in 2017 and currently holds a teaching position focused on health psychology at Gothenburg University.

Dr Lindqvist Bagge became a licensed psychologist in 2011 and she is specialist in psychological treatment/psychotherapy and in addiction psychology. She has held clinical positions in forensic psychiatry, occupational health care and in specialized psychiatry.

Dr Lindqvist Bagge is a hired expert in the field of psychological treatment, health psychology and psychological research.


Dr Lindqvist Bagge develops, and is responsible for, advanced university courses in health psychology and in addiction psychology. Dr Lindqvist Bagge supervises students and acts as an examiner.

Ongoing research

Dr Lindqvist Bagge's main research relates to the relationship between somatic- and mental health. She is part of research groups with colleagues from the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sahlgrenska Academy and from CELAM (Center for Ethics, Law and Mental Health) and Wallenberg Centre of Molecular and Translational Medicine at the University of Gothenburg.


Latest publications

Patients who seek treatment for AAS-abuse in Sweden: description of characteristics, substance pattern and mortality rate
Sara Ljungdahl, Christer Ehrnborg, Bengt O Eriksson, Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge, Tommy Moberg et al.
JSM Addiction Medicine and Therapy, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Modeordet livskvalitet bör granskas kritiskt
Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge, Claudia Fahlke
Svenska Dagbladet , Newspaper article 2018
Newspaper article

Somatic effects of AAS abuse: A 30-years follow-up study of male former power sports athletes.
Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge, T. Rosen, Claudia Fahlke, C. Ehrnborg, B.O. Eriksson et al.
Journal of science and medicine in sport, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Withdrawal from anabolic androgenic steroids does not affect personality characteristics
Ann-Sophie Lindqvist Bagge, Lundholm Lena, Christer Ehrenborg, Bengt O Eriksson, Tommy Moberg et al.
Journal of Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Journal article 2016
Journal article

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First report from the Swedish National Forensic Psychiatric Register (SNFPR)
Alessio Degl'Innocenti, Linda Hassing, Ann-Sophie Lindqvist, Hans Andersson, Lars Eriksson et al.
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Journal article 2014
Journal article

Increased mortality rate and suicide in Swedish former elite male athletes in power sports.
Ann-Sophie Lindqvist, Tommy Moberg, Christer Ehrnborg, Bengt O Eriksson, Claudia Fahlke et al.
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports, Journal article 2014
Journal article



Increased mortality in patients at Resource centre for hormone abusers
Sara Stanford, Christer Ehrnborg, Eva Edin, Bengt O Eriksson, Claudia Fahlke et al.
First Nordic Conference on Abuse of Anabolic Steroids and Anti-Doping Work, Conference paper 2010
Conference paper

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