PhD dissertations

PhD dissertations by RASP research team members:

  1. Stedal K. (2012). The neuropsychological performance of patients with anorexia nervosa. Department of Psychology. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of Oslo
     
  2. Winje E. Season of birth – a marker of increased vulnerability for eating disorders? Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. 2013.
     
  3. Frampton I: “Development and testing a novel neuroscience hypothesis of anorexia nervosa.” University of Exeter. 2013.
     
  4. Dahlgren CL. Cognitive Remediation Therapy for Young Female Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa – Assessing the Feasibility of a Novel Eating Disorder Intervention. Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo, 2014.
     
  5. Coman A. (2015) Social and ethical dimensions of neurotechnologies: Anorexia Nervosa as a case study. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. 22. April.

  6. Wisting L. (2015) Comorbid Type 1 Diabetes and Disturbed Eating Behaviors – Assessment, Prevalence, Psychological Correlates and Metabolic Control. Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. 11. June.
     
  7. Øverås M.(2016) Body image disturbance and neuropsychology in patients with anorexia nervosa. Department of psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. 5. June. 
     
  8. Bang L. (2016) Structural and functional brain alterations in women recovered in women recovered from anorexia nervosa. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. 13. December.
     
  9. Hage T. (2017) Collaborative interactions on milieu therapeutic teams. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. 22. September.
     
  10. Fuglset T. (2017) Investigating the Neurobiology og Anorexi Nervosa: Brain Structure, Cortical Thickness and Neural Activation. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo.  29 September.
     
  11. Walø-Syversen G. (2021) Cognitive Function and Weight Loss in Surgical Treatment of Severe Obesity- A Prospective Observational Study. Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo.  8 September.
     
  12. Lie SØ. (2022) History of bullying, abuse, and other stressful life events in individuals with eating disorders. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. 23. September.

Master's theses:

  1. Tollefsen, Hilde (2014). Rates of weight gain during specialized inpatient treatment for anorexia nervosa. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Øyvind Rø and Inger Halvorsen.  
  1. Solvang, Malin (2015). Symptoms of eating disorders among men and females with personality disorders. Department of Psychology. University of Odense. Supervisor Øyvind Rø. 
  1. Hjelle, Margerete (2016).  Refeeding syndrome in patients with AN. Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Bergen. Supervisors: Øyvind Rø, Trygve Hausken, Lill Monica Drivedal. 
  1. Aadland, Gunhild (2017). Enhanced cognitive behavioral treatment for eating disorders.  Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Øyvind Rø and Margrethe Halvorsen. 
  1. Esser, Sarah Maria (2017). "The bigger picture": The healthcare staff's experience of force-feeding patients in the treatment of anorexia nervosa. Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Kjersti Solhaug Gulliksen, Øyvind Rø and Margrethe Seeger Halvorsen. 
  1. Voldnes, Cathrine Olsen (2017). Inpatient Family Treatment for Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa: A Qualitative Study of Parents’ Experiences. Master’s thesis. Supervisors: Vigdis Wie Torsteinsson and Trine Wiig Hage.  
  1. Granne Kvale, Tonje og Veseth Kristoffersen, Elisabeth (2018). Negative effects of psychotherapy in patients with eating disorders - A descriptive study. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. Supervisor: Øyvind Rø. 
  1. Løining Skaar, V. (2018). What is recovery from eating disorders? How is recovery defined in treatment studies of eating disorders? Faculty of Medicine, UiO. Supervisor: Øyvind Rø. 
  1. Johansen, Judita og Alshus, Ingvild (2018).  Spiseatferd og psykisk helse hos fedmekirurgipasienter [Eating behavior and mental health among bariatric surgery patients]. Hovedoppgave i klinisk psykologi, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Deborah Lynn Reas and Ingela Kvalem Lundin.  
  1. Salvesen Fevåg, Julie (2020). Use of physical activity in the treatment of eating disorders. A literature study. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo. Supervisor Øyvind Rø. 
  1. Haug, Annette (December 2020). Childhood trauma questionnaire and eating disorders. Institute of Psychology, Master’s thesis in Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Deborah L. Reas, Hanna Kristine Punsvik Eielsen and Karianne Vrabel. 
  1. Nordgaard, Rubin (2020). Revisiting the Significance of Duration of Illness and Level of underweight in predicting severity and outcome: Towards a staging model for anorexia nervosa Master’s thesis in Health and Social Psychology, Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Deborah L. Reas and Øyvind Rø. 
  1. Yang, Lisbeth (2021). Treatment of eating disorders with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Enhanced (CBT-E).  Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Sverre Urnes, Øyvind Rø and KariAnne Vrabel. 
  1. Eiring, Kari (2021). When mental health is physically assessed: A qualitative study of the experience of being “not sick enough” with an eating disorder. Master’s thesis in Health and Social Psychology, Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo. Supervisors: Trine Wiig and Deborah L. Reas. 
  1. Berg, Mathilde Kjølsrød and Pitton, Julia (2022). Examining the mediating role of reasons for physical activity in the association between body ideal internalization and embodiment. Master’s thesis in Health and Social Psychology, Institute of Psychology, UIO. Supervisors: Christine Sundgot-Borgen and Ingela Lundin Kvalem.  
  1. Hermansen, Helene (2023). Eating disorder psychopathology, loneliness, and quality of life among adolescent males and females. Department of Psychology, Oslo New University College. Supervisor: Line Wisting 
 
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