Publications and responsibilities
Understanding the Multi‑Dimensional Mental Well‑Being in Late Life: Evidence from the Perspective of the Oldest Old Population
Parental chronic pain and internalizing symptoms in offspring: the role of adolescents’ social competence – the HUNT study
Background: A growing body of research suggests that the children of parents with chronic pain are at risk for internalizing symptoms. The mechanisms of such associations have not been as thoroughly examined. The aim of the present study was to investigate whether adolescents’ social competence medi...
Mental well-being and its determinants among the oldest old
The role of nurses' responsibility and interdisciplinarity for their perception of unmet patient needs in specialist mental health and substance abuse treatment services
Nuancing the role of social skills- a longitudinal study of early maternal psychological distress and adolescent depressive symptoms
Background Social skills might play an important role for the relationship between maternal psychological distress and subsequent development of depressive symptoms. The majority perspective is that social skills is adaptive and protective, but there is a need to also highlight the potential maladap...