Aktuelle disputaser der avhandlingen er tilgjengelig i Munin:

18 jan 2019: Thor Gamst-Klaussen

Three essays on measuring health-related quality of life: external and internal relationships of the EQ-5D-5L

  • New insights into the biology of Calanus spp. (Copepoda) males in the Arctic 

    Daase, Malin; Kosobokova, Ksenia; Last, Kim S; Cohen, Jonathan H.; Choquet, Marvin; Hatlebakk, Maja Karoline Viddal; Søreide, Janne (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Adult males of <i>Calanus</i> copepods in the Arctic are mainly observed between late autumn and late spring, and are seldom recorded during summer. Due to logistical constraints, there are still relatively few studies on zooplankton in high-latitude regions during the winter, and subsequently, little is known about <i>Calanus</i> males. Here, we present data on abundance, spatial distribution, ...
  • Role of the “differently-abled” researcher: Challenges and solutions in inclusive research 

    Melbøe, Line (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-07-30)
    This article examines the role of the “differently-abled” researcher in facilitating inclusive research with adults (age 16 and older) with intellectual disabilities living in Sami areas of Norway. Topics discussed include challenges that may arise while conducting such research due to the nature of the project (externally-funded pre-existing project), methods applied (quantitative) and people ...
  • Do More Recent Born Generations of Older Adults Have Stronger Grip? A Comparison of Three Cohorts of 66- to 84-Year-Olds in the Tromsø Study 

    Strand, Bjørn Heine; Bergland, Astrid; Jørgensen, Lone; Schirmer, Henrik; Emaus, Nina; Cooper, Rachel (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-10-11)
    <p><i>Background</i>: Evidence pertaining to whether more recent born generations of adults reaching old age have better physical capability than previous generations is scarce and inconclusive. We aimed to investigate birth cohort differences in grip strength.</p> <p><i>Methods</i>: The study comprised 5,595 individuals from the Tromsø study waves in 1994/1995, 2007/2008, and 2015/2016. Grip ...
  • The acquisition of word order in L2 Norwegian: The case of subject and object shift 

    Anderssen, Merete; Bentzen, Kristine; Busterud, Guro; Dahl, Anne; Lundquist, Bjørn; Westergaard, Marit (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-11-13)
    This article reports on a syntactic acceptability judgement study of 59 adult L2/Ln learners of Norwegian and a group of native controls, studying subject and object shift. These constructions involve movement of (mainly) pronominal subjects or objects across negation/adverbs. Both subject shift and object shift display considerable micro-variation in terms of syntax and information structure, ...
  • Identity construction of Sami people with disabilities 

    Melbøe, Line (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    The aim of this article is to explore how the political, technological and economic development of recent decades has influenced the identity construction of Sami people with disabilities. While Sami identity work is described as a continuous process carried out in everyday life, the subject is addressed through a presentation and discussion of three narratives. The analysis demonstrates how different ...

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