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2015.02.02 | People

Researcher from BSS collaborates with student counsellor at ST to further student welfare

In collaboration with Professor Jan Tønnesvang from BSS, psychologist Sanne Schou has developed a new counselling framework for students at ST. The goal is to help the students stay dedicated to their studies and to further student welfare.

2015.01.28 | Research news

Research on anti-extremism efforts draws visitors from all over the world to AU

Anti-extremism research at Aarhus University is currently receiving a lot of attention from countries around the world. Representatives from several embassies are eager to pay visits to the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences to learn more about the so-called “Aarhus programme”.

2015.01.19 | Research news

Think constructively and recover more quickly from a relationship-breakup

People with a general tendency to brood have more unwanted and disturbing thoughts, and they have a harder time recovering from a relationship break-up – whereas people who think constructively and reflectively about the relationship with their ex-partner recover more quickly.

CRF has quite a lot of success securing research funding for the centre. Photo: Colourbox

2014.10.29 | Research news, Rusmiddelforskning

This is the way to get funding for your research!

At the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, the researchers have had quite a lot of success securing research funding for the centre. They have taken on a new strategy, which seems to be working.

Associate Professor Bagga Bjerge Photo: Tine Bagger

2014.10.10 | Research news, Rusmiddelforskning

DKK 6.4 MILLION FOR RESEARCH ON HOW WELFARE SYSTEMS MANAGE CITIZENS WITH COMPLEX PROBLEMS

Associate Professor Bagga Bjerge from the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences has received one of the so-called YDUN grants of DKK 6.4 million. With the YDUN programme, the Danish Council for Independent Research awards grants to research projects with great international potential.

Professor Esben Hougaard. Photo: Tine Bagger

2014.09.30 | People

PROFESSOR ESBEN HOUGAARD BECOMES KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF DANNEBROG

A letter from the Royal Danish Court, the Cross of Honour of the Order of Dannebrog and an audience with Her Majesty the Queen – this is what you get when you are appointed Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog.

Professor Dion Bertil Sommer has been appointed Knight of the Order of Dannebrog.

2014.09.30 | People

Professor Dion Sommer becomes Knight of the Order of Dannebrog

Professor Dion Sommer from the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences has been appointed Knight of the Order of Dannebrog. He receives the Cross of Honour of the Order of Dannebrog for his scientific contributions.

2014.06.20 | Research news, Rusmiddelforskning

Researcher from the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research receives a grant of DKK 4.7 million

The Social Sciences (FSE) section under the Danish Council for Independent Research have granted DKK 4.7 million to a new research project led by Geoffrey Paul Hunt from the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences.

Management collaboration at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences. Photo: Tine Bagger

2014.04.30 | Public/media

Management collaboration at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

On 1 June, professor Carsten René Jørgensen assumes his duties as head of the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, and joining him as deputy head of department is professor Jan Tønnesvang. The current head of department Henrik Høgh-Olesen is returning to his position as professor at the department.

Children with anxiety disorders cannot get proper treatment in Denmark Photo: Colourbox

2014.04.25 | Research news

CHILDREN WITH ANXIETY DISORDERS CANNOT GET TREATMENT IN DENMARK

Treating children with anxiety disorders is not being given sufficient priority in Denmark. This is the reality, despite the fact that researchers have established that the treatment is effective and treatment options are in high demand. Treating these children would likely ease the economic burden on society as well.

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