About us at the Division of Psychology
At the Division of Psychology, we're conducting research at the intersection between psychology and biomedicine at Karolinska Institutet and the Karolinska University Hospital. Currently, there are fifteen different research groups at the divsion. We're responsible for the main part of the courses that are given at the psychology program at Karolinska Institutet, and we're also responsible for many of the courses at Karolinska Institutet at the undergraduate, postgradutate and doctoral level. We're also periodically organising open seminars where everyone who wants to immerse themselves further in psychology are welcomed.
The History of the Division
The Divison of Psychology has a relatively short history. It has its origin in a research professorate that the Medical Research Council awarded to Marianne Frankenhaeuser in 1969. This professorate was subsequently transferred to Karolinska Institutet 1980. After the retirement of Professor Frankenhaeuser in 1993, Arne Öhman took over the professorate at the same time that the Division got incorporated as a part of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience. The Division of Psychology has since then expanded significantly in both research and education.
The Division of Psychology is located at Nobels väg 9 (postal code 171 65) at Karolinska Institutet's campus in Solna.
If you want to contact us regarding administrative or other non-research related question, you should as a first resort get in touch with one of the persons listed below.
The head of the division:
The head of the psychology program:
The director of the undergraduate courses at the division: