The Division of Psychology
Psychology is the science of the thoughts, emotions and behaviors of human beings and how these different components fits together and interacts with each other. Here at the Division of Psychology, we're conducting both research and education within this field. We also frequently organise seminars.
New fundings and grants
People and research groups who recieved fundings and grants at the Division of Psychology
Lecture series - SDG 2030, autumn 2022
Lecture series with speakers focusing on Goal 10 - Reducing Inequalities. Organized by the Department of Psychology
Lecture series - SDG 2030, spring 2022
The Division of Psychology arranges a climate psychology lecture series with international researchers during the spring 2022.
Julie Lasselin has been awarded the Robert Ader New Investigator Award
Julie Lasselin at the Division for Psychology and Osher center for integrative medicine has been awarded the Robert Ader New Investigator Award from the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society. This prestigious award is presented to an outstanding new research scientist who has made exciting basic science or clinical contributions to the field of PNI.
Guidelines on the management of chronic pain in children
The WHO has recently published a report on chronic pain in children. Rikard Wicksell from the Department of Psychology has participated as an external reviewer of the report.
Sleepiness can have a negative impact on your social life
Being socially active generally increases your chances of getting a good night’s sleep. But if you are active late into the evening, it reduces the number of hours you sleep – and can also affect your social life.
Effects of Internet CBT for health anxiety on par with face-to-face treatment
Researchers at Karolinska Institutet have compared two ways of delivering cognitive behavioral therapy to treat people with health anxiety, a condition that may increase in the wake of COVID-19.