Our BSc student Theresa Skaf, who did her thesis this past spring on well-being in Swedish and Sri Lankan population samples, has been profiled in a local media piece (in Swedish only, behind a paywall). Similar info (also in Swedish only) is available from an earlier University press release.
A team of researchers including Katja Valli and Antti Revonsuo have published a study in Anesthesiology entitled “Differentiating Drug-related and State-related Effects of Dexmedetomidine and Propofol on the Electroencephalogram“. In short, the article investigates different states of consciousness in anesthesia using EEG.
A small team of researchers including frequent departmental collaborator Petri Kajonius has published an article in Personality and Individual Differences with the name “Sex differences in 30 facets of the five factor model of personality in the large public (N = 320,128)“. Briefly, the study looks at personality differences between the sexes utilizing a sample of one […]
A team of researchers including BSc and MSc program alumnus Björn Persson and frequent departmental collaborator Petri Kajonius has just published an article in Elsevier’s new open-access mega-journal Heliyon, entitled “IRT analyses of the Swedish Dark Triad Dirty Dozen“. Briefly, the article investigates aspects of the testing of Dark Triad personality traits (Machiavellianism, narcissism, and […]
Paavo Pylkkänen has published an article in Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology entitled “The role of Eastern approaches in David Bohm’s scientific-philosophical odysseia“. Briefly, the article discusses Eastern philosophy’s role in the metaphysical views of famed quantum physicist David Bohm.
A team of researchers including Sakari Kallio have just published the department’s first Nature publishing group publication: an article in the open-access journal Scientific Reports entitled “Synaesthesia-type associations and perceptual changes induced by hypnotic suggestion“. Briefly, the article concerns empirical work Sakari and his team have done on hypnosis-induced synesthesia. And it seems to have […]
A new cross-disciplinary research project entitled “Hållbart Arbetsliv i Skaraborg” (roughly “Sustainable Working Life in Skaraborg County”) has been launched at the University, and includes, among others, our own Kristoffer Ekman, who takes responsibility for parts of the project. Local media has reported (in Swedish only).
Our own Katja Valli has been interviewed for a popular scientific article on the impact of daylight on our well-being (in Swedish only), in relation to seasonal variations in daylight, and the to many familiar phenomenon of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.