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  • Gender Gap in Parental Leave Intentions: Evidence from 37 Countries 

    Olsson, Maria Ingrid Teresa; van Grootel, Sanne; Block, Katharina; Schuster, Carolin; Meeussen, Loes; Van Laar, Colette; Schmader, Toni; Croft, Alyssa; Sun, Molly Shuyi; ainsaar, Mare; Aarntzen, Lianne; Adamus, Magdalena; Anderson, Joel; Atkinson, Ciara; Avicenna, Mohamad; Bąbel, Przemysław; Barth, Markus; Benson-Greenwald, Tessa; Maloku, Edona; Berent, Jacques; Bergsieker, Hilary; Biernat, Monica; Birneanu, Andreea, Georgiana; Bodinaku, Blerta; Bosak, Janine; Bosson, Jennifer K.; Branković, Marija; Burkauskas, Julius; Čavojová, Vladimíra; Cheryan, Sapna; Choi, Eunsoo; Choi, Incheol; Contreras-Ibáñez, Carlos C.; Coogan, Andrew; Danyliuk, Ivan; Dar-Nimrod, Ilan; Dasgupta, Nilanjana; de Lemus, Soledad; Devos, Thierry; Diab, Marwan; Diekman, Amanda; Efremova, Maria; Eisner, Léïla; Eller, Anja; Erentaite, Rasa; Fedáková, Denisa; Franc, Renata; Gartzia, Leire; Gavreliuc, Alin; Gavreliuc, Dana; Gecaite-Stonciene, Julija; Germano, Adriana; Giovannelli, Ilaria; Gismondi Diaz, Renzo; Gitikhmayeva, Lyudmila; Menkir Gizaw, Abiy; Gjoneska, Biljana; Martínez González, Omar; González, Roberto; David Grijalva, Isaac; Güngör, Derya; Gustafsson Sendén, Marie; Hall, William W.; Harb, Charles; Hassan, Bushra; Hässler, Tabea; R. Hawi, Diala; Henningsen, Levke; Hoppe, Annedore; Ishii, Keiko; Jakšić, Ivana; Jasini, Alba; Jurkevičienė, Jurgita; Kelmendi, Kaltrina; Kirby, Teri A.; Kitakaji, Yoko; Kosakowska-Berezecka, Natasza; Kozytska, Inna; Kulich, Clara; Kundtová-Klocová, Eva; Kunuroglu, Filiz; Lapytskaia Aidy, Christina; Lee, Albert; Lindqvist, Anna; LÓPEZ-LÓPEZ, WILSON; Luzvinda, Liany; Maricchiolo, Fridanna; Martinot, Delphine; McNamara, Rita Anne; Meister, Alyson; Lemma Melka, Tizita; Mickuviene, Narseta; Miranda-Orrego, María Isabel; Mkamwa, Thadeus; Morandini, James; Morton, Thomas; Mrisho, David; Nikitin, Jana; Otten, Sabine; Giuseppina Pacilli, Maria; Page-Gould, Elizabeth; Perandrés, Ana; Pizarro, Jon; Pop-Jordanova, Nada; Pyrkosz-Pacyna, Joanna; Quta, Sameir; Ramis, TamilSelvan; Rani, Nitya; Redersdorff, Sandrine; Régner, Isabelle; Renström, Emma A.; Rivera-Rodriguez, Adrian; Tania Esmeralda Rocha, Sánchez; Ryabichenko, Tatiana; Saab, Rim; Sakata, Kiriko; Samekin, Adil; Sánchez-Pachecho, Tracy; Scheifele, Carolin; Schulmeyer, Marion K.; Sczesny, Sabine; Sirlopú, David; Smith-Castro, Vanessa; Soo, Kadri; Spaccatini, Federica; Steele, Jennifer R.; Steffens, Melanie C.; Sucic, Ines; Vandello, Joseph A.; Velásquez-Díaz, Laura Maria; Vink, Melissa; Vives, Eva; Warkineh, Turuwark Zalalam; Žeželj, Iris L.; Zhang, Xiaoxiao; Zhao, Xian; Martiny, Sarah E. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2023-01-23)
    Despite global commitments and efforts, a gender-based division of paid and unpaid work persists. To identify how psychological factors, national policies, and the broader sociocultural context contribute to this inequality, we assessed parental-leave intentions in young adults (18–30 years old) planning to have children (N = 13,942; 8,880 identified as women; 5,062 identified as men) across 37 ...
  • ‘Where to ski?’: an ethnography of how guides make sense while planning 

    Løland, Stig; Markus, Hällgren (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-12-10)
    A ski guide’s job is to take recreational skiers into avalanche terrain. In this paper, we explore how ski guides make sense of complex social and ecological contexts while planning. Our data arises out of a one-year participant ethnography of ski guiding in Norway, and shows that guides work towards becoming socio-ecologically embedded by making sense of who the clients and what the mountain ...
  • A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic 

    Legate, Nicole; Nguyen, Thuy-vy; Weinstein, Netta; Lund, Maria Louise; Klevjer, Kristoffer; Kunst, Jonas R.; Pfuhl, Gerit; Schei, Vidar; Korbmacher, Max; Tamnes, Christian Krog; Bundt, Carsten; Askelund, Adrian Dahl (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-05-27)
    Finding communication strategies that effectively motivate social distancing continues to be a global public health priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. This cross-country, preregistered experiment (n = 25,718 from 89 countries) tested hypotheses concerning generalizable positive and negative outcomes of social distancing messages that promoted personal agency and reflective choices (i.e., an ...
  • The Sexual Incentive Motivation Model and Its Clinical Applications 

    Ågmo, Anders j; Laan, Ellen (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-11-15)
    Sexual motivation (desire) requires the simultaneous presence of an active central motive state and a stimulus with sexual significance. Once activated, sexual motivation leads to visceral responses and approach behaviors directed toward the emitter of the sexual stimulus. In humans, such behaviors follow cognitive evaluation of the context, including predictions of the approached individual’s ...
  • Autonomous or controlled self-regulation, that is the question: A self-determination perspective on the impact of commuting on employees’ domain-specific functioning 

    Gerpott, Fabiola H.; Rivkin, Wladislaw; Unger, Dana (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-10-01)
    The few studies that have considered psychological processes during the commute have drawn an ambiguous picture, with some emphasizing the negative and others the positive consequences of commuting. Drawing on self-determination theory, we develop a framework that expands on the costs and benefits of commuting for employees’ subsequent domain-related functioning at work and home. Specifically, we ...
  • What if becoming information literate were an adventure? 

    Dahl, Tove I. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-10-17)
    What if becoming information literate were an adventure? This question was posed in a keynote for the Creating Knowledge Conference 2021. It was answered in a thought piece by examining adventure-based ways to prepare students to be information literate adults through the principles and mechanisms that people find arousing and pleasurable and that are not classically a part of university pedagogy. ...
  • Do parental cognitions during pregnancy predict bonding after birth in a low-risk sample? 

    Bohne, Agnes; Nordahl, Dag; Høifødt, Ragnhild Sørensen; Moe, Vibeke; Landsem, Inger Pauline; Wang, Catharina Elisabeth Arfwedson; Pfuhl, Gerit (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-11-14)
    Parental bonding to their infant is important for healthy parent-infant interaction and infant development. Characteristics in the parents affect how they bond to their newborn. Parental cognitions such as repetitive negative thinking, a thinking style associated with mental health issues, and cognitive dispositions, e.g., mood-congruent attentional bias or negative implicit attitudes to infants, ...
  • The impact of diagnosed fetal anomaly, diagnostic severity and prognostic ambiguity on parental depression and traumatic stress: a prospective longitudinal cohort study 

    Bekkhus, Mona; Haugen, Guttorm Nils; Czajkowski, Nikolai Olavi; Kaasen, Anne (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-09-14)
    Introduction - The detection of a fetal anomaly during routine obstetric ultrasound is a potentially traumatic experience. The aim of this study is to examine longitudinally the impact of diagnosis of fetal anomaly on symptoms of depression and traumatic stress among mothers and fathers, and to examine how variations in psychological adjustment relate to diagnostic severity and prognostic ...
  • Association of Klotho protein levels and KL-VS heterozygosity with Alzheimer disease and amyloid and tau burden 

    Grøntvedt, Gøril Rolfseng; Sando, Sigrid Botne; Lauridsen, Camilla; Bråthen, Geir; White, Linda Rosemary; Salvesen, Øyvind; Aarsland, Dag; Hessen, Erik; Fladby, Tormod; Waterloo, Knut K; Scheffler, Katja (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-11-22)
    Importance Identification of proteins and genetic factors that reduce Alzheimer disease (AD) pathology is of importance when searching for novel AD treatments. Heterozygosity of the KL-VS haplotype has been associated with reduced amyloid and tau burden. Whether this association is mediated by the Klotho protein remains unclear. Objectives To assess concentrations of Klotho in cerebrospinal ...
  • Back 2 School - Våger vi å la være? 

    Sørheim Nilsen, Toril; Ingul, Jo Magne; Askeland, Kristin Gärtner; Haugland, Bente Storm Mowatt; Adolfsen, Frode; Havik, Trude; Neumer, Simon-Peter; Rye, Marte; Bania, Elisabeth Valmyr; Kyrrestad, Henriette; Walmsness, Kari (Chronicle; Kronikk, 2022-12-07)
    Pilotprosjektet «Back2chool» er ikke svaret på alt. et finnes ingen quick-fix på uønsket skolefravær.
  • Parents’ hyper-pitch and low vowel category variability in infant-directed speech are associated with 18-month-old toddlers’ expressive vocabulary 

    Rosslund, Audun; Mayor, Julien; Óturai, Gabriella; Kartushina, Natalia (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-12-31)
    The present study examines the acoustic properties of infant-directed speech (IDS) as compared to adult-directed speech (ADS) in Norwegian parents of 18-month-old toddlers, and whether these properties relate to toddlers’ expressive vocabulary size. Twenty-one parent-toddler dyads from Tromsø, Northern Norway participated in the study. Parents (16 mothers, 5 fathers), speaking a Northern Norwegian ...
  • Early Maladaptive Schemas and Mental Disorders in Adulthood: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis 

    Thimm, Jens; Chang, Michelle (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-11-21)
    Early maladaptive schemas (EMSs) are broad and pervasive themes regarding oneself and one’s relationships with others originating from adverse childhood experiences. Although the concept of EMSs was initially developed for the treatment of personality disorders, the associations of EMSs with a variety of other mental disorders have been investigated. The goal of the present study was to summarize ...
  • Protein preference and elevated plasma FGF21 induced by dietary protein restriction is similar in both male and female mice 

    Volcko, Karin Linnea; McCutcheon, James Edgar (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-10-19)
    Animals that are moderately protein restricted respond to this dietary stress by increasing consumption of protein-containing foods. This is true in many species, including rodents. Rodent models of protein restriction have typically relied on only male subjects, and there are plausible reasons why female rodents may respond differently to dietary protein restriction. To address this gap in ...
  • Regression‐based normative data for the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test in Norwegian and Swedish adults aged 49–79 and comparison with published norms 

    Espenes, Jacob; Eliassen, Ingvild Vøllo; Öhman, Fredrik; Hessen, Erik; Waterloo, Knut K; Eckerström, Marie; Lorentzen, Ingrid Myrvoll; Øien-Bergland, Cecilie; Niska, Madelene Halvari; Reina, Santiago Timon; Wallin, Anders; Fladby, Tormod; Kirsebom, Bjørn-Eivind (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-08-13)
    Objective: The Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test (RAVLT) is a widely used measure of episodic verbal memory. To our knowledge, culturally adapted and demographically adjusted norms for the RAVLT are currently not available for Norwegian and Swedish adults, and imported North American norms are often used. We here develop regression-based norms for Norwegian and Swedish adults and compare our ...
  • Psychometric evaluation of the Coronary Revascularisation Outcome Questionnaire (CROQ) in Norwegian patients admitted to elective coronary angiography and possible percutaneous coronary intervention 

    Myrbakk, Ingvild Nordnes; Friborg, Oddgeir; Høye, Anne; Bergvik, Svein; Steigen, Terje (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-02-05)
    Background: The Coronary Revascularisation Outcome Questionnaire (CROQ) measures health-related quality of life and outcome of invasive revascularization procedures such as percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). The CROQ has not been properly validated in Norwegian patient populations. The aim of this study was to examine the psychometric properties ...
  • Restriction of dietary protein in rats increases progressive-ratio motivation for protein 

    Chiacchierini, Giulia; Naneix, Fabien; Apergis-Schoute, John; McCutcheon, James Edgar (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-06-29)
    Low-protein diets can impact food intake and appetite, but it is not known if motivation for food is changed. In the present study, we used an operant behavioral task – the progressive ratio test – to assess whether motivation for different foods was affected when rats were maintained on a protein-restricted diet (REST, 5% protein diet) compared to non-restricted control rats (CON, 18% protein). ...
  • Reduction in manual asymmetry and decline in fine manual dexterity in right-handed older adults with mild cognitive impairment 

    Vasylenko, Olena; Gorecka, Marta Maria; Waterloo, Knut; Rodríguez-Aranda, Claudia (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-08-16)
    Research in Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease suggests that hand function is affected by neurodegenerative diseases. However, little is known about the relationship between hand function and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Therefore, we conducted a kinematic analysis of unimanual hand movements in MCI patients to answer whether manual asymmetries and manual dexterity are affected or preserved ...
  • The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation on the interplay between executive control, behavioral variability and mind wandering: A registered report 

    Alexandersen, Andreas; Mittner, Matthias; Csifcsak, Gabor; Groot, Josephine Maria (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-06-11)
    Mind wandering (MW) is a mental phenomenon humans experience daily. Yet, we lack a complete understanding of the neural basis of this pervasive mental state. Over the past decade there has been an increase in publications using transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to modulate the propensity to mind wander, but findings are diverse, and a satisfactory conclusion is missing. Recently, Boayue ...
  • Self-reported mind wandering reflects executive control and selective attention 

    Hawkins, Guy E.; Mittner, Matthias; Forstmann, Birte U.; Heathcote, Andrew (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-06-07)
    Mind wandering is ubiquitous in everyday life and has a pervasive and profound impact on task-related performance. A range of psychological processes have been proposed to underlie these performance-related decrements, including failures of executive control, volatile information processing, and shortcomings in selective attention to critical task-relevant stimuli. Despite progress in the development ...
  • What do I want to be? Predictors of communal occupational aspirations in early to middle childhood 

    Olsen, Marte; Olsson, Maria; Parks-Stamm, Elizabeth J.; Kvalø, Marie; Thorsteinsen, Kjærsti; Steffens, Melanie C.; Martiny, Sarah E. (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-09-07)
    Research investigating occupational aspirations in childhood is scarce. In addition, most research on occupational aspirations has focused on increasing the number of women in agentic jobs. In the present work, we investigate factors associated with communal occupational aspirations in two studies with young children (Study 1: 159 children [84 boys, 75 girls], Mage = 5.51 years, SD = 0.37; Study 2: ...

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