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2015.12.15 | Research news

New method offers a new window into children’s memory

Small children find it difficult to remember their experiences - or do they? Danish researchers have found a new method for exploring this question.

Professor Mikael Thastum. Photo: Thomas Jeppe Jensen

2016.01.05 | Aarhus BSS

HELPING CHILDREN WITH ANXIETY HONOURED WITH AWARD

Professor Mikael Thastum from the Anxiety Disorder Clinic for Children and Adolescents at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences at Aarhus BSS has just received the “Children’s Health Award” presented by the Danish Society of Children’s Health (Dansk Selskab for Børnesundhed).

Jan Tønnesvang. Photo: Tine Bagger

2015.12.04 | News from the management

Jan Tønnesvang takes up the position as head of department at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

When Carsten Rene Jørgensen took up the position as head of department on 1 June 2014, it was in collaboration with Jan Tønnesvang, who became deputy head of department. Back then, the two agreed to swap places when they were halfway through the period. And they are now. This means that as of 1 December 2015, Jan Tønnesvang has taken over the…

The level of pre-traumatic stress can contribute towards an explanation of why some soldiers develop symptoms of PTSD. Photo: Colourbox

2015.11.25 | Research news

New methods in the fight against post-traumatic stress disorder

Soldiers who are haunted by frightening images before they are deployed in war zones are more likely to develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. New knowledge can be used for both screening and treating soldiers.

Anxiety in children can be treated effectively and cheaply. Photo: Colourbox

2015.10.09 | Research news

Anxiety in children can be treated effectively and cheaply

A new report from the Danish Health and Medicines Authority points at anxiety as one of Denmark’s biggest and most expensive health issues. But anxiety can be treated with simple means from as early as childhood.

Torsten Kolind. Photo: AU Foto

2015.10.09 | Rusmiddelforskning

Torsten Kolind appointed professor of social scientific alcohol and drug research

Torsten Kolind, the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences at Aarhus University has been appointed professor of social scientific alcohol and drug research as of 1 September 2015.

2015.09.29 | Staff

Aarhus University has revised its rules concerning cheating at exams.

One of the changes is that the failure to clearly indicate quotations in exam papers should be considered cheating.

2015.09.29 | Staff

Order your new business cards

As of today, employees at Aarhus BSS can order business cards with the new logo at Rosendahls-Schultz.

Associate professor Bagga Bjerge receives DKK 950,000 from the FKK-Research Network Photo: Tine Bagger

2015.09.09 | Rusmiddelforskning

Almost DKK 1 million for research on public sector reforms

Associate professor Bagga Bjerge, Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, receives DKK 950,000 from the Danish Council for Independent Research, Culture and Communication (FKK) - Research Networks. The money will go towards establishing an international research network aiming to explore how…

Thomas Pallesen took up the position as dean of Aarhus BSS on 1 July 2015. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.

2015.08.10 | Reception

Inaugural reception for dean Thomas Pallesen, Aarhus BSS

To mark the occasion of Thomas Pallesen’s appointment as dean of Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University will host a reception on 31 August.

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