Our MSc alumnus Boushra Dalile (who was here guest lecturing last week) is part of a team of researchers from Belgium who have just had an article published in Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology, entitled “The role of short-chain fatty acids in microbiota–gut–brain communication“, which covers, in more depth, the same topic Boushra presented while […]
Skövde cog neuro MSc alumnus Boushra Dalile will be presenting aspects of her PhD (KU Leuven, Belgium) research today. Boushra focuses on the gut-brain axis. The lecture, which is open to the public, will be held at 16.30 in room G110. For more extensive information on the occasion (in Swedish), see this.
A team of authors including Antti Revonsuo have published an article on natural vs. urban scenery in the Journal of Environmental Psychology entitled “Processing of natural scenery is associated with lower attentional and cognitive load compared with urban ones“.
Katja Valli is co-editor to a new anthology on dreams from Greenwood, entitled Dreams: Understanding Biology, Psychology, and Culture. The book includes chapters by Katja, Pilleriin Sikka, and Antti Revonsuo, among many others.
A team including departmental researchers Pilleriin Sikka and Antti Revonsuo have just published a study in Nature publishing group’s open-access mega-journal Scientific Reports called “Peace of mind and anxiety in the waking state are related to the affective content of dreams“. Shortly, the study investigates the correlation between the (rather novel) construct “peace of mind” […]
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 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.