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Belma Isakovic

Position: Lecturer School/office: School of Behavioural, Social and Legal Sciences

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Room: L2179

Belma Isakovic
Research subject Research environments

About Belma Isakovic

Belma holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminology since 2018 and a Master's degree in Criminology since 2022. Belma works as a lecturer and research assistant in Criminology and focuses mainly on teaching and research. Belma teaches in the majority of the courses given by the program, but mainly in the courses Criminology I and Criminology II and then with a focus on scientific methods (qualitative and quantitative).

Isakovic, B. & Öhman, R. (2018). Könsskillnader i kumulativa risk- och skyddsfaktorer i ungdomsåren och antisocialt beteende i tidig vuxenålder. 

Isakovic, B. (2022). The association between the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis functioning during mid-adolescence and psychopathic personality traits during late adolescence. 

Individual assignments
Belma is involved in the project Myndigheten för Delaktighet (MFD) in the work with the RESUMÉ study, which aims to compile knowledge from research and surveys on violence exposure among people with disabilities. Belma is also active in the research groups Children's living conditions and well-being (BLIVA), Biopsychosocial Criminology and Psychology (BPS) and the Center for Criminological and Psychosocial Research (CAPS).


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