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The Center on Autobiographical Memory Research, CON AMORE, has just had their grant period extended by the Danish National Research Foundation.

2013.10.01 | Research news

42 million for Center on Autobiographical Memory Research

Backed by a DKK 42 million grant from the Danish National Research Foundation, the Center on Autobiographical Memory Research, CON AMORE, will be able to carry out research for five more years.

Vocational colleges can avoid high drop-out rates by introducing specific initiatives. Photo: Colourbox

2013.09.03 | Research news, Education news, Education policy

How to reduce drop-out rates on vocational education and training programmes

Four out of ten vocational students drop out. Vocational colleges can avoid high drop-out rates by introducing specific initiatives.

2013.07.19 | Research news, Aarhus BSS, Education, learning and philosophy

Chimpanzee memory similar to human memory

New research from Aarhus University, Center on Autobiographical Memory Research, School of Business and Social Sciences challenges traditional beliefs that apes cannot remember events that have taken place more than 72 hours earlier.

The Danish foundation TrygFonden has recently granted DKK 2.5 million to the Anxiety Disorder Clinic for Children and Adolescents for the development of an internet-based treatment programme for children and adolescents suffering from anxiety. Photo: Colourbox

2013.07.12 | Research news

DKK 2.5 million for online anxiety treatment

The Danish foundation TrygFonden has recently granted DKK 2.5 million to the Anxiety Disorder Clinic for Children and Adolescents for the development of an internet-based treatment programme for children and adolescents suffering from anxiety. Professor and Head of the Anxiety Disorder Clinic Mikael Thastum hopes that the project will result in…

At the conference, leading researchers from around the globe will be combining the many different proposed answers to what and how we remember. Photo: Colourbox.

2013.06.12 | Events

Are we able to remember things that never happened?

Researchers from all over the world will be discussing the interrelationship between memory and our perceptions of the future at a conference hosted by Aarhus University from 20–21 June 2013 at Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus.

The focus in the new form of treatment is on helping young people to identify things in their lives which they find problematic, as well as the things they want help in dealing with first. Photo: Colourbox

2013.04.24 | Research news, Knowledge exchange

New form of treatment for marginalised young people

A working relationship involving Professor Jan Tønnesvang, Authorised Psychologist, Aarhus University, Marianne Schøler from UngLiv.dk, and Ungdomscentret (the Youth Centre) under the Social Administration Department of the City of Aarhus has resulted in the development of a new form of treatment intended for marginalised 14–18 -year-olds. The aim…

2013.02.21 | News type, Research news

Can the internet be used to ease psychological complications following treatment for cancer?

The TrygFonden foundation has made DKK 9.8 million of funding available for new research at Aarhus University intended to establish whether internet-based computer programs can be used to help people who have received treatment for cancer overcome subsequent psychological complications such as anxiety, depression and sleep problems.

A new research centre at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences is to focus on absenteeism – and how to reduce the problem.

2012.12.06 | Aarhus BSS, Research news

Aarhus University to help prevent absenteeism

A new research centre at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences is to focus on absenteeism – and how to reduce the problem. Backed by a large grant from the Trygfonden foundation, this is one of the projects targeted at establishing which initiatives intended to improve conditions for children and young people actually work.

A new mentor training programme train mentors working with young people threatened by radicalisation. Photo: Colourbox

2012.11.02 | Research news

Newly qualified mentors enter fight against radicalisation and terror

New mentors who will help young people turn away from radicalisation have just finished their training.

A study conducted shows that modern psychoanalytic therapy has a good effect on patients with severe personality disorders. Photo: Colourbox

2012.10.22 | Research news, Health and disease

Effective treatment helps Danes with personality disorders

A study conducted by Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences and the Clinic for Personality Disorders at Aarhus University Hospital shows that modern psychoanalytic therapy has a good effect on patients with severe personality disorders. The treatment enables a number of patients to start working or start an education.

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