Brief description of PhD project
My PhD project is part of the ENLIGHT project. The overall aim of the ENLIGHT project is to explore new and optimal light conditions to improve cognition, mood, and health in people with mild dementia. My focus is on the acute effects of daytime light exposure on cognitive performance in healthy, young adults. Reserarch method: laboratory experiments in the Human Light Lab.
Affiliated research groups/-networks
Deputy work and boards/panels/commissions
- Teaching: PRPSYK100 (2020-2021)
- PhD student representative: Graduate School of Clinical and Developmental Psychology (2019-2022)
- Administrative coordinator: Bergen Research Group for Innovation, Growth, Health and Technology (2019-2022)
- Group B (temporary academic staff) representative: Department Board at Department of Clinical Psychology (2020-2022)
- Substitute Safety representative: Department of Clinical psychology (2019-2022)
- (2023). Validation of a brief version of the Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale (DERS-16) with an older Norwegian population. European Journal of Ageing.
- (2021). Opplys klokken din: Hvordan kroppen vår holder styr på tiden.
- (2020). The acute effects of light on alertness, cognition, and mood: a systematic review. Journal of Sleep Research.
- (2020). The acute effects of light on alertness, cognition, and mood: a systematic review.
- (2019). ENLIGHT: effects of light on cognition in dementia.
- (2018). Prolonged photoperiod alters time in sleep and slow-wave activity. The impact of blue-enriched light.
- (2018). Extending the photoperiod impacts circadian rhythmicity and gene expression in prefrontal cortex and retina- Impact of exposure to blue-enriched light. .
- (2018). Extended photoperiod alters sleep and expression of synaptic plasticity-associated genes. The impact of blue-enriched light.
- (2018). Extended photoperiod alters circadian rhythmicity and expression of neuroplasticity markers. The impact of blue-enriched light.