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Associate professor Stefan Pfattheicher. Photo: AU Foto

2021.07.02 | Aarhus BSS, Research news

Is boredom actually good for you?

A new research project is to deepen our understanding of boredom, for instance examining the effects of boredom on cheating behaviour and online hostility. The project will be headed by associate professor of psychology Stefan Pfattheicher and is financed by VELUX FONDEN.

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2021.07.01 | Aarhus BSS, Staff

NEW PAYSLIP DESIGN

The next time you receive your payslip, it will have a different design. The Agency for Public Finance and Management has updated the design of state sector employees’ payslips to make them more user-friendly. The payslip still contains the same information.

2021.06.18 | Centre for Integrative Business Psychology, Aarhus BSS

New research centre open: Bringing psychology into business research

Aarhus BSS’ new research centre ‘Centre for Integrative Business Psychology’ is now officially open. Researchers from the fields of psychology, management and economics are to conduct basic research within topics such as sustainability, consumer behaviour, nudging and business ethics.

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2021.05.31 | Aarhus BSS, Research news

Effective pain treatment involves more than just medicine

Pain is the most frequent reason for patients seeing a doctor. A new guide offers an overview of the pharmacological, psychological, surgical and integrative treatments that may provide a benefit for the approximately 20 per cent of the population suffering from chronic pain. The guide’s focus on the strength of evidence for the efficacy of…

Associate professor Charlotte Jonasson. Photo: AU Foto

2021.05.12 | Aarhus BSS, Grants

DFF grant of DKK 2.8 million for Charlotte Jonasson

Associate professor Charlotte Jonasson receives the grant from Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) for her research project: “Learning from errors in public digitalization”.

Patrick Cairns. Photo: Private

2021.03.15 | Aarhus BSS, People

New PhD Student: Patrick Cairns

Patrick' s PhD project will focus on the doctor-patient relationship. He is from Belfast, Ireland and is very much looking forward to actually meeting his colleagues for the first time after Covid-19 restrictions has eased.

New project regarding cancer survival in children with support from the Danish Cancer Society.

2020.11.18 | Aarhus BSS, Research news

New project to help childhood cancer survivors

Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences is collaborating with the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies on a new project regarding cancer survival in children with support from the Danish Cancer Society.

2020.10.13 | Research news

Empathy prevents COVID-19 spreading

New research from Stefan Pfattheicher in 'Psychological Science'.

Katherine Panattoni. Photo: Tine Bagger

2020.07.02 | Aarhus BSS, Grants

Katherine Panattoni receives FKK’s international postdoc scholarship

Katherine Panattoni, part-time lecturer and PhD from the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences at Aarhus BSS, has just received a scholarship of DKK 1,607,000 for the project: “Me” or “We”. Discrepant we-stories and decline in relationship intimacy and satisfaction.

Majse Lind. Photo: Private

2020.06.19 | Research news, Aarhus BSS, Awards

Majse Lind receives the Danish Psychological Association’s 2020 Junior Researcher Award

Majse Lind, PhD from the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences and currently working as a postdoc in the US, has just received the Danish Psychological Association’s Junior Researcher Award.

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