Tine Kristin Jensen (born 1957) is a Norwegian psychologist. She is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Oslo and a Research Professor at the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies. Jensen is an expert on children and psychological trauma, developmental psychology, and treatment studies. Her research has focused on e.g. sexually abused children, how Norwegian parents and children coped with the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, adolescents who survived the Utøya massacre and their families, young unaccompanied asylum seekers and treatment of traumatized children.
She has a candidata psychologiae degree from the University of Oslo (1986), a doctoral degree from the same university (2005), and is a specialist in clinical psychology.
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society, formerly the Free Faculty of Theology and MF Norwegian School of Theology, is an accredited Norwegian Specialized University focused on Theology, Religion, Education and Social Studies, located in Oslo, Norway.
Kristine Elisabeth Heuch Bonnevie was a Norwegian biologist, Norway's first female professor, women's rights activist and politician for the Free-minded Liberal Party. Her fields of research were cytology, genetics and embryology. She was among the first women to be elected to political positions in Norway.
Erik Grønseth was a Norwegian sociologist, Professor of Sociology at the University of Oslo from 1971 to 1989, and "one of the post-war pioneers of sociology" in Norway. He is regarded as one of the founders of men's studies. Together with Harriet Holter, he is also considered the founder of Norwegian family sociology.
Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo is the second-oldest academic institution in the world working specifically with the interrelationship of law and information / communication technology. Today, the NRCCL is one of the world leading institutions in the field of information/communication technology law.
The Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies is a research centre in Oslo, Norway, and Norway's national research institution in violence and sexual abuse; disaster management, terrorism, armed conflicts and traumatic stress; and forced migration and refugee health research. It is interdisciplinary and employs experts mainly in psychology, psychiatry, and the social sciences. In addition to carrying out research and related activities, the institute advises the Government of Norway in its areas of expertise and has some official emergency management functions at the national level. NKVTS has 101 employees.
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Svein Mossige is a Norwegian psychologist. He is Professor of Psychology at the University of Oslo and is noted for his research on violence against children and child sexual abuse.
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List of publications by Tine Jensen in CRIStin