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    • Sleep problems and depressive symptoms in toddlers and 8-year-old children: A longitudinal study 

      Sivertsen, Børge; Harvey, Allison G.; Reichborn-Kjennerud, Ted; Ystrøm, Eivind; Hysing, Mari (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Sleep and depression are interlinked throughout the lifespan, but very few studies have examined the directionality of the sleep–depression link in children. The aim of the current study was to prospectively examine the ...
    • Sleep, evening light exposure and perceived stress in healthy nulliparous women in the third trimester of pregnancy 

      Liset, Randi; Grønli, Janne; Henriksen, Roger Ekeberg; Henriksen, Tone Elise Gjøtterud; Nilsen, Roy Miodini; Pallesen, Ståle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Objective Sleep disturbances are common in pregnancy, and the prevalence increases during the third trimester. The aim of the present study was to assess sleep patterns, sleep behavior and prevalence of insomnia in pregnant ...
    • Sleep-wake dynamics and EEG in a rat model of Prolonged Photoperiod 

      Bjerrum, Louise Haugen (Master thesis, 2018-06-07)
      Light exerts a strong influence on our physiology and behavior. It has been suggested that blue-enriched light promotes alertness in both humans and rodents through signaling via intrinsic photosensitive retinal ganglion ...
    • Sleepless due to social media? Investigating problematic sleep due to social media and social media sleep hygiene 

      Tandon, Anushree; Kaur, Puneet; Dhir, Amandeep; Mäntymäki, Matti (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Emergent research suggests that “fear of missing out” (FoMO)-driven nocturnal use of social media may result in sleep disturbances and adversely influence quality of sleep. Previous research in this area primarily focused ...
    • Smartphone Restriction and its Effect on Subjective Withdrawal Related Scores 

      Aarestad, Sarah Helene; Eide, Tine Almenning (Master thesis, 2017-06-13)
      Smartphone overuse is associated with a number of negative consequences for the individual and the environment. In the right end of the distribution of smartphone usage, concepts such as smartphone addiction seem warranted. ...
    • Smoking and snus use among Norwegian students: Demographic, personality and substance use characteristics 

      Sæther, Solbjørg Makalani Myrtveit; Askeland, Kristin Gärtner; Pallesen, Ståle; Erevik, Eilin K. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Background and aim: Smoking rates are decreasing in Norway while the use of snus has increased. We aimed to investigate the co-occurrence of, and the socio-demographics, personality and substance use characteristics ...
    • Social media and social functioning in psychosis: A systematic review 

      Bjørnestad, Jone Ravndal; Hegelstad, Wenche; Berg, Henrik; Davidson, Larry; Joa, Inge; Johannessen, Jan Olav; Melle, Ingrid; Stain, Helen J.; Pallesen, Ståle (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-06-21)
      Background: Individuals with psychosis are heavy consumers of social media. It is unknown to what degree measures of social functioning include measures of online social activity. Objective: To examine the inclusion of ...
    • Social media induced fear of missing out (FoMO) and phubbing: Behavioural, relational and psychological outcomes 

      Tandon, Anushree; Dhir, Amandeep; Talwar, Shalini; Kaur, Puneet; Mäntymäki, Matti (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      The penetration of smartphones and the subsequent social media use in modern workplaces have drawn scholars’ attention towards studying their influence on employees. This is a nascent yet critical field of study because ...
    • Social media users’ online subjective well-being and fatigue: A network heterogeneity perspective 

      Kaur, Puneet; Islam, Nazrul; Tandon, Anushree; Dhir, Amandeep (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Scholars have drawn increasing attention to the implications of the dark side of social media for users’ online subjective well-being (OSWB). We develop a research framework based on the limited-capacity model to examine ...
    • Social relationships, stress and infection risk in mother and child 

      Henriksen, Roger Ekeberg (Doctoral thesis, 2016-09-06)
      This thesis draws on theoretical orientations and conceptual models of how social networks, the quality of social relationships and stressful conditions, are linked to physiological responses which can influence health and ...
    • Social support and complicated grief: a longitudinal study on bereaved parents after the Utøya terror attack in Norway 

      Wågø, Sunniva Skagen; Byrkjedal, Ida Kristiansen; Sinnes, Hanna Marie; Hystad, Sigurd William; Dyregrov, Kari (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2017)
      On the 22nd of July 2011, Norway experienced its most extreme act of terror in recent times. The terror attacks at the Government Quarters and Utøya, claiming the lives of 77 people, left a nation in shock and numerous ...
    • Sociodemographic characteristics associated with alcohol consumption and alcohol-related consequences, a latent class analysis of The Norwegian WIRUS screening study 

      Skogen, Jens Christoffer; Bøe, Tormod; Thørrisen, Mikkel Magnus; Riper, Heleen; Aas, Randi Wågø (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-10-24)
      Background: For alcohol, the association with socioeconomic status (SES) is different than for other public health challenges – the associations are complex, and heterogeneous between socioeconomic groups. Specifically, ...
    • Some challenges and extensions to Ward’s framework for future synaesthesia research 

      Price, Mark (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      In his position paper on the future of synaesthesia research, Ward’s (2021) central argument is that the tendency to develop synaesthesia is just one consequence of a more general neurodevelopmental profile. He argues that ...
    • Spontanitet i leders tenkning gir inntrykk av moralsk motivasjon 

      Nordmo, Mads; Norman, Elisabeth (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
      Nyere forskning tyder på at når vi skal finne ut hva noens egentlige motiv er, gjøres dette ofte ved at man evaluerer personens kognitive stil. Beslutninger med rot i spontane innfall tolkes gjerne som et uttrykk for genuin ...
    • Stability and Change of the Personality Traits Languidity and Flexibility in a Sample of Nurses: A 7–8 Years Follow-Up Study 

      Pallesen, Ståle; Thun, Eirunn; Waage, Siri; Vedaa, Øystein; Harris, Anette Kristoffersen; Blytt, Kjersti Marie; Kaur, Puneet; Bjorvatn, Bjørn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The traits languidity (tendency to become tired/sleepy upon losing sleep) and flexibility (ability to sleep and work at odd times) have been implicated in shift work tolerance. However, there is a dearth of knowledge about ...
    • Stereotypes of Norwegian Social Groups 

      Bye, Hege Høivik; Herrebrøden, Henrik; Hjetland, Gunnhild J.; Røyset, Guro Ø.; Westby, Linda L. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014-06-30)
      We present a pilot study and two main studies that address the nature of stereotypes of social groups in Norway within the framework of the Stereotype Content Model (SCM). The first study focused on stereotypes of a wide ...
    • Stereotypes of Women and Men Across Gender Subgroups 

      Bye, Hege Høivik; Solianik, Vera S.; Five, Martine; Agai, Mehri Shekh (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      In this paper, we argue for the value of studying gender stereotypes at the subgroup level, combining insights from the stereotype content model, social role theory, and intersectional perspectives. Empirically, we investigate ...
    • Stressors, social support and military performance in a modern war scenario 

      Moldjord, Christian; Laberg, Jon Christian; Rundmo, Torbjørn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      The present study examined differences in stressors, coping strategies, and military performance in two groups deployed in the same war scenario, but with operative and psychologically different challenges.
    • Structural Characteristics in Gambling 

      Mentzoni, Rune Aune (Doctoral thesis, 2013-01-10)
      Although structural characteristics may be important moderators of behaviour and cognition in gambling, empirical investigations of such characteristics are still needed. Through three laboratory based studies, this thesis ...
    • Students’ top 10 priorities of research uncertainties on students’ sleep: a pragmatic James Lind Alliance approach 

      Holmen, Heidi; Riiser, Kirsti; Løyland, Borghild; Sandbekken, Ida Hellum; Almendingen, Kari; Andenæs, Randi; Bjørnnes, Ann Kristin; Holmberg Fagerlund, Bettina; Albertini Früh, Elena; Helseth, Sølvi; Kvarme, Lisbeth Gravdal; Leegaard, Marit; Misvær, Nina; Pallesen, Ståle; Rasalingam, Anurajee; Ravn, Ingrid Helen; Ribu, Lis; Rostad, Hanne Marie; Nilsen, Bente; Sæterstrand, Torill Margaret; Torbjørnsen, Astrid; Utne, Inger; Valeberg, Berit Taraldsen; Valla, Lisbeth; Winger, Anette; Grov, Ellen Karine (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Objectives Inspired by the James Lind Alliance (JLA) user involvement approach, the aim of the present study was to identify the top 10 uncertainties for sleep research raised by students in higher education, and to discuss ...