Do you often wonder how we make sense of ourselves and others?
Does the question of reputed parapsychological phenomena keep you awake at night?
Are you aiming to gain an interdisciplinary yet deep understanding of the streams of physical and sensory information that converge in sensation, bringing the human mind and the physical world together?
This is what researchers at the Department of psychology do.
The Center for Research on Consciousness and Anomalous Psychology consists of a group of researchers and associates dedicated to the scientific study of unusual but not pathological experiences and events, including reputed paprapsychological phenomena.
The Network for Research in Forensic Psychology
The Network for Research in Forensic Psychology (NRFP) was founded in the autumn of 2006 as a way to gather researchers with an interest in forensic psychology.
Network for theoretical and philosophical psychology
We are a group of researchers from different research areas within psychology united by a common concern with general philosophical and methodological issues regarding how psychological science is and should be done.
Network for performance under stress
The network tries to better understand how stress affects and / or is related to various forms of performance. Why is this research important? The answers are several. Many occupational groups work in environments characterized by stress. The importance of being able to perform under stress is also very clear in major sporting contexts where large sums of money and personal and collective prestige are often at stake.
NEER, Network for Experimental Emotional Research
NEER started in 2005 under the supervision of associate professor Åse-Innes Ker with the intention to promote and facilitate collaborations within emotional research.