Browsing Faculty of Psychology by Subject "terror"
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Long-Term Effects of Extreme Trauma on Sleep Quality and the Circadian Rhythm of Sleep and Wakefulness: An Actigraphy Study of Utøya Survivors (The University of Bergen, 2015-04-15)The terror attack at Utøya Island in 2011 was a national tragedy. Most of the survivors were adolescents. The aim of this study was to explore how sleep and circadian rhythm of sleep and wakefulness was affected after the ...Master thesis
(Psykologisk.no, 2015)Do candidate risk factors for complicated grief, and associations with other problems after traumatic deaths (e.g., homicide, suicide, disaster, or accident), also apply to bereaved friends? In this article we present ...Journal article
Psykologiske senreaksjoner etter terroren 22. juli 2011: En sammenligningsstudie av etterlatte etter angrepet på Utøya og et utvalg av den norske normalpopulasjonen (The University of Bergen, 2015-04-13)The associations between exposure to terrorism and symptoms of PTSD and general psychological distress, both for directly and indirectly exposed individuals have been repeatedly established. This study aims to compare ...Master thesis
A relational perspective on social support between bereaved and their networks after terror: A qualitative study. (SAGE Publications, 2018-08-09)The aim of this study is to increase the understanding of social network support after traumatic deaths and, by demonstrating the complexities of such encounters, to highlight whether such support may be totally beneficial. ...Journal article