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And Now for Something Completely Different (And Still the Same) - Er Mentalisering en Fundamental Faktor i Psykoterapi?
(The University of Bergen, 2008-11-24)
The present paper attempts to provide a better understanding of the concept of mentalizing, and its usefulness in psychotherapy. Allen, Fonagy and Bateman (2008) claim that mentalizing is the most fundamental common factor ...
Negative oppvekstbetingelser og seksuelt overgrep i barndom - implikasjoner for opplevd sosial støtte og selvskadende atferd i voksen alder
(The University of Bergen, 2014-11-24)
Child sexual abuse (CSA) has serious negative long-term effects on the child's mental health. In addition, these children often experience a wide range of family dysfunctions, which alone can have negative effects, ...
Læringsmiljø i skulen. Til lags åt alle kan ingen gjera?
(The University of Bergen, 2012-11-16)
Research shows that the environment of learning has a great influence on the pupils' results of learning and professional development . A good environment of learning is founded in the curriculum, the law of education, and ...
PTSD hos mødre utsatt for intim partnervold og konsekvenser for omsorgsevne: en litteraturgjennomgang
(The University of Bergen, 2009-11-23)
Over the last decades an increased attention has been directed toward children's exposure to intimate partner violence. Research has documented the adverse effects of children's exposure to intimate partner violence on ...
Profesjonsutdanning av psykologer: En gjennomgåelse av amerikanske modeller og standarder
(Norsk psykologforening, 1981)
Barnehagestyreren på stram line - En studie av kompetansekrav til barnehagestyrere
(The University of Bergen, 2011-05-16)
The aim of the study is to investigate the relationship between the requirements for kindergarden skills and the real expertise of these leaders. The study has a qualitative design. From a hermeneutical approach I conducted ...
The Lillehammer Scales: Measuring Common Motives for Vacation and Leisure Behavior
(The University of Bergen, 2009-10-08)
Eight Norwegian leisure and travel motives are identified and partly employed in five different surveys. Four of the motive dimensions (Culture, Friends, Accomplishment and Peace/Quiet) may be viewed as conceptual ...
Social functioning and mental health in children: the influence of chronic illness and intellectual function
(The University of Bergen, 2015-01-13)
Chronic illness, and in particular neurodevelopmental disorders, are associated with an increased risk of mental health problems and social difficulties in children. Across the neurodevelopmental disorders, the presence ...
Hvordan hjelpe enslig mindreårige med å bearbeide traumer? En intervjustudie av miljøpersonell
(The University of Bergen, 2013-04-15)
This paper aims at illuminate how child welfare institution workers can help unaccompanied minors process traumas, and how clinical psychologists can contribute through guidance. A semi structured interview with workers ...
Forutgående faktorer for jobbengasjement: Mellommenneskelige konflikter og Klima for konflikthåndtering
(The University of Bergen, 2011-04-15)
The majority of the published studies on work engagement are based on the JD-R model which states that available resources (e.g. control) is a determining factor in degree of work engagement. However, recent research has ...