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    • Change in toddlers' cortisol activity during a year in childcare. Associations with childcare quality, child temperament, well-being and maternal education. 

      Nystad, Kathrin; Drugli, May Britt; Lydersen, Stian; Lekhal, Ratib; Buøen, Elisabet Solheim (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol have been found in toddlers in childcare. Measuring cortisol may provide an indication of children’s experiences in childcare and help to adjust practices better to their ...
    • Unpacking Value Creation Dynamics in Journalism Education. A Covid-19 Case Study 

      Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine; Olsen, Gunhild Ring; Røsok-Dahl, Heidi (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The physical closure of universities and university colleges due to Covid-19 has accelerated the digitalization of journalism teaching to a record speed. The pandemic, and the severe restrictions on-campus attendance, ...
    • Innovation across cultures: Connecting leadership, identification, and creative behavior in organizations 

      Bracht, Eva M.; Monzani, Lucas; Boer, Diana; Haslam, S. Alexander; Kerschreiter, Rudolf; Lemoine, Jérémy E; Steffens, Niklas K.; Akfirat, Serap Arslan; Avanzi, Lorenzo; Barghi, Bita; Dumont, Kitty B.; Edelmann, Charlotte M.; Epitropaki, Olga; Fransen, Katrien; Giessner, Steffen R.; Gleibs, Ilka H.; Gonzalez, Roberto; Lipponen, Jukka; Markovits, Yannis; Molero, Fernando; Leon, Juan A. Moriano; Neves, Pedro; Orosz, Gábor; Roland-Lévy, Christine; Schuh, Sebastian C.; Sekiguchi, Tomoki; Song, Lynda Jiwen; Story, Joana; Stouten, Jeroen; Tatachari, Srinivasan; Valdenegro, Daniel; van Bunderen, Lisanne; Voros, Viktor; Wong, Sut I; Youssef, Farida; Zhang, Xin-an; Van Dick, Rolf (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Innovation is considered essential for today's organizations to survive and thrive. Researchers have also stressed the importance of leadership as a driver of followers' innovative work behavior (FIB). Yet, despite a large ...
    • Gatekeepers as Safekeepers—Mapping Audiences’ Attitudes towards News Media’s Editorial Oversight Functions during the COVID-19 Crisis 

      Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine; Solvoll, Mona K; Futsæter, Knut Arne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      This study investigates people’s attitudes towards news media’s role as gatekeepers during the coronavirus pandemic. Specifically, this concerns news media’s quality control and the selection of the most important news ...
    • Self-Branding Strategies of Online Freelancers on Upwork 

      Blyth, Dorothy; Jarrahi, Mohammad Hossein; Lutz, Christoph; Newlands, Gemma Elisabeth Marjorie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Self-branding is crucial for online freelancers as they must constantly differentiate themselves from competitors on online labor platforms to ensure a viable stream of income. By analyzing 39 interviews with freelancers ...
    • Can Norway become a net-zero economy under scenarios of tourism growth? 

      sun, ya-yen; Gössling, Stefan; Hem, Leif Egil; Iversen, Nina Marianne; Walnum, Hans Jakob; Scott, Daniel; Oklevik, Ove (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The Paris Agreement suggests that all countries engage in significant emission reductions. To stay within safe guardrails, usually defined as a maximum warming of 1.5 °C compared to pre-industrial times, this will mean ...
    • Using Humor to Promote Social Distancing on Tiktok During the COVID-19 Pandemic 

      Xiao, Yi; Yu, Shubin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      To combat the spread of the coronavirus, many village leaders in China and mayors in Italy used multiple media channels to communicate the importance of social distancing and remind citizens to stay at home. TikTok has ...
    • Few sex differences in dark side personality scale domains and facets 

      Furnham, Adrian; Grover, Simmy (Journal article, 2022)
      This study examined sex differences in domain and facet scores on a new dark-side personality test (Hogan Development Survey: Form 5) measuring sub-clinical personality disorders. Over 50,000 adults completed the new HDS ...
    • Infinite diameter confidence sets in Hedges’ publication bias model 

      Moss, Jonas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Meta-analysis, the statistical analysis of results from separate studies, is a fundamental building block of science. But the assumptions of classical meta-analysis models are not satisfied whenever publication bias is ...
    • Diversified Farming Systems: Impacts and Adaptive Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States, Norway and China 

      Måren, Inger Elisabeth; Wiig, Heidi; Marsh, Robin; McNeal, Kathryn; Ren, Cao; Zu, Sebrina (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The COVID-19 pandemic fully exposed the vulnerability of the global agri-food system to shocks and stresses, highlighting the need for transformation and action to make it more resilient and inclusive. This paper offers a ...
    • Short-term hydropower optimization driven by innovative time-adapting econometric model 

      Avesani, Diego; Zanfei, Ariele; Di Marco, Nicola; Galletti, Andrea; Ravazzolo, Francesco; Righetti, Maurizio; Majone, Bruno (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The ongoing transformation of the electricity market has reshaped the hydropower production paradigm for storage reservoir systems, with a shift from strategies oriented towards maximizing regional energy production to ...
    • ‘Sustainable’ marketing mixes and the paradoxical consequences of good intentions 

      Olson, Erik Lee (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Global resource use and related emissions continue to rise despite decades of public and private sector marketing efforts to encourage more sustainable consumption. One question seldom addressed in the sustainability ...
    • Corporate social and environmental responsibility advertising: Advertising effectiveness as a function of viewing context 

      Pyle, Emily; Furnham, Adrian; McClelland, Alastair (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      This study investigated the effects of corporate social and environmental responsibility (CSER) advertising, and programme-advertisement congruency, on advertising effectiveness. In a between-subjects design, participants ...
    • Testing the differentiation of intelligence by neuroticism hypothesis 

      Schermer, Julie Aitken; Furnham, Adrian; Treglown, Luke (Journal article, 2022)
      The prediction that neuroticism (or emotional instability) will change the definition of an intelligence factor, or g, was tested in a large sample (N = 2,716) of British managers who completed both personality and ...
    • COVID-19 and 5G conspiracy theories: long term observation of a digital wildfire 

      Langguth, Johannes; Filkukova, Petra; Brenner, Stefan; Schroeder, Daniel Thilo; Pogorelov, Konstantin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected the lives of people worldwide, and consequently, it has dominated world news since March 2020. Thus, it is no surprise that it has also been the topic of a massive amount of ...
    • Cover Ups and Conspiracy Theories: Demographics, Work Disenchantment, Equity Sensitivity, and Beliefs in Cover-ups 

      Furnham, Adrian; Horne, George (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Beliefs in cover-ups take the perspective of conspiracy theories. This study examined demographic, ideological, and work-related attitudes (disenchantment, equity sensitivity) and ideas about events being covered up. Over ...
    • Misplaced certainty in the context of conspiracy theories 

      Oettingen, Gabriele; Gollwitzer, Anton; Jung, Jiin; Olcaysoy Okten, Irmak (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      We examine conspiracy beliefs in the context of misplaced certainty—certainty that is unsubstantiated by one's own or others' skepticism. A conspiracy theory held with misplaced certainty may entail, for instance, “knowing” ...
    • The role of status in the early emergence of pro-White bias in rural Uganda 

      Marshall, Julia; Gollwitzer, Anton; Mermin-Bunnell, Kellen; Mandalaywala, Tara (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Research investigating the early emergence of racial prejudice has been largely limited to contexts in which racial prejudice is most likely to emerge—multiracial societies that have pronounced racial inequality (e.g., ...
    • Discordant knowing: A social cognitive structure underlying fanaticism 

      Gollwitzer, Anton; Olcaysoy Okten, Irmak; Osorio Pizarro, Angel; Oettingen, Gabriele (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Examining the epistemic and social–cognitive structures underlying fanaticism, radicalization, and extremism should shed light on how these harmful phenomena develop and can be prevented. In nine studies (N = 3,277), we ...
    • Coassessment framework to identify person-centred unmet needs in stroke rehabilitation: a case report in Norway 

      Kværner, Kari Jorunn; Støme, Linn Nathalie; Romm, Jonathan; Rygh, Karianne; Berg, Marianne Støren (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Objective To describe unmet needs and values in stroke rehabilitation using the Health Value Framework and the associated coassessment tool Health Value Spider, a framework designed to identify and prioritise unmet needs ...