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One in three people with psychological distress have a Disorder of Gut-Brain Interaction and a new project wants to help
A recent study led by Inês Trindade, researcher at Örebro University, showed that one third of people with psychological distress may also have a gastrointestinal Disorder of Gut-Brain Interactions.
New psychological sleep research presented at Örebro sleep conference
On October 10-12, the Swedish Society for Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine (SFSS) held a conference at the USÖ. Three clinical psychologists from CHAMP participated: associate professor Annika Norell, visiting doctoral student Clara Sancho Domingo and...
CHAMP Conference on Body Awareness, Interoception, and Health
The Congress will be held at the ORU Innovation Arena at Örebro University, 27 October 2023.
Contemporary tattooing culture in China
Dr. Xiang Zhao was interviewed by CNN about Chinese tattooing culture and practice.
New Research: Risk of Long-Term Opioid Prescription Among Chronic Pain Patients is associated with Mental Health problems
Opioid prescriptions for chronic pain problems are common and linked to mental health problems.
New research: Emotion regulation and psychopathology among people with eating disorders
Assessment of emotion regulation difficulties may potentially contribute important information when planning and implementing eating disorder treatment.
New study: Ignoring distracting sounds is not as easy as you think
Mental suppression, trying not to think of or mentally avoiding the experience of unpleasant thoughts or sensations, is a commonly used cognitive coping strategy. However, research has shown that suppression may not be effective, and may sometimes have...
New research: CBT treatment for vulvodynia: A replicated single-case experimental design study
Vulvodynia is common and has an immense impact on affected women and their partners.
New study: Pelvic pain in younger men: Psychological factors and sexual dysfunction
Male pelvic pain is a common yet poorly understood condition, strongly influencing quality of life of those affected.
New doctoral thesis
Tor Arnison successfully defended his PhD thesis "“Tired of pain or so tired it hurts? Mechanisms and factors influencing the temporal relationship between insomnia and pain in adolescents” on Wednesday afternoon, October 12th October.