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I am a Cand.psychol student and Student Research Course candidate at the department of University at UiT – The Artic University of Norway. My research interests center around the impact of internalized societal stressors on psychological health, embodiment and interoception in minority groups. My past research topics include minority stress and gender dysphoria, social identity threat, and women’s body image concerns and perception of other’s bodies.
External project funds are essential for conducting research and establishing an academic career, and the funding application process itself can have numerous benefits for researchers. However, applying for external funding is a pervasive and time-consuming process affecting researchers’ capacity and workload. Further, the success rates of funding...
This report from the Prestige Project aimed to contribute a psychological perspective on gender issues and inequality relating to work climate, gender stereotypes, and discrimination in academia. The report is divided into three sections. Section I gives a brief introduction to current issues of gender inequality both worldwide and in Norway. Secti...
Stigmatized individuals often feel threatened by negative stereotypes about their group. Previous research showed that concerns about being negatively stereotyped (i.e., social identity threat) have detrimental effects on performance in the stereotyped domain. Little research has focused on interpersonal consequences of negative stereotypes, despit...
We investigated the relationships between healthy women's estimates of their own body size, their body dissatisfaction, and how they subjectively judge the transition from normal to overweight in other women's bodies (the "normal/overweight" boundary). We propose two complementary hypotheses. In the first, participants compare other women to an int...
Recently, Cornelissen, Cornelissen, Groves, McCarty and Tovée (2018) asked which image orientations (e.g. front-, side-, or three-quarter view) are most appropriate for tasks which are used for self-estimates of body size and shape. Based on psychophysical measurements, they showed that front view stimuli showed substantially poorer content validit...