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2015.11.25 | Aarhus BSS

New methods in the fight against post-traumatic stress disorder

Soldiers who are haunted by frightening images before they are deployed in war zones are more likely to develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. New knowledge can be used for both screening and treating soldiers.

2015.09.25 | Research news

Article among the most cited in the journal Memory

An article written by Anne Scharling Rasmussen and Dorthe Berntsen from CON AMORE in collaboration with Celia Harris from Macquarie University (New Zealand) is among the most cited in the journal Memory.

2015.08.05 | People

Postdoc Adriana Del Palacio González

Interview i The Murmur

2015.06.29 | People

Dorthe Berntsen elected for the APS board of directors

APS is the premiere international organization solely dedicated to the advancement of psychological science.

2015.06.29 | Awards

Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen receives the Aarhus BSS Research Award 2015

Her extraordinary research contributions and ability to attract external funding – these are some of the grounds on which Professor Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen from the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences at Aarhus BSS has received the Aarhus BSS Research Award.

2015.05.08 | Research news

New book: Clinical Perspectives on Autobiographical Memory Hardcover

by Lynn A. Watson (Editor), Dorthe Berntsen (Editor)

2015.01.23 | People

New Ph.D Student: Omar Sinue Salgado Leyva

Omar Sinue will be exploring the ability that people have to mentally reconstruct personal events from the past and to mentally construct possible events in the future.

Julie Niziurski

2015.01.21 | People

New Ph.D. Student:Julie Niziurski

Julie comes from USA and will be working with depression and the effects the disorder may have on memory and attention.

2015.02.02 | Health and disease

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.

Adam Congleton

2014.10.29 | People

New postdoc: Adam Congleton

Adam will be studying how different aspects of emotion shape the structure of people’s autobiographical memory.

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