Sofi OskarssonTitle: Doctoral Student School/office: School of Law, Psychology and Social Work
Phone: +46 19 303016
About Sofi Oskarsson
Sofi Oskarsson is a graduate student in Psychology. She has a masters degree i criminology.
Her research is conducted within the projects "Personality and Psychophysiology - the POP-study" and "What are the long-term consequences of having been convicted for a crime in youth". Her research is about biosocial risk factors for antisocial behaviors. In her current project she is using Swedish population based registers to explore the association between resting heart rate, IQ, blood pressure and reoffending. She is also working with Swedish population based registers to explore the association between perinatal risk factors and later criminality, with a focus on the effects of measured and unmeasured familial confounding.
Aside from biosocial risk factors for antisocial behavior, Sofi is also doing research on same-sex intimate partner violence. She is currently writing a chapter for the "SAGE Handbook of Domestic Violence".
Sofi is primarily teaching on the course "Biosocial criminology".