In the media

International media

  • Remembering good times ‘could reduce teenage depression’ (article in The Guardian)
  • ‘Remembering the good times’ could help teenagers avoid depression ‘by reducing levels of a stress hormone’ (article in Daily Mail)
  • Recalling positive memories may reduce risk of depression (blog post at Psychology Today)
  • Recalling Positive Memories May Guard Against Depression in Vulnerable Teens (article at Theravive)
  • Recalling happy memories during adolescence can reduce risk of depression (press release from the University of Cambridge)

Norwegian media

  • Har fulgt over 400 unge: Positive minner kan beskytte mot depresjon (article in Aftenposten Viten)
  • Adrian (26) har gjort internasjonalt forskningsgjennombrudd på depresjon: – Positive minner kan trenes opp (interview with Dagens Næringsliv)
  • God hjelp for depresjon (radio interview at NRK Østlandssendingen)
  • Ung forsker om unge sinn (radio interview at NRK Ekko)
  • Kan forhindre depresjon hos unge ved å trene på å huske positive hendelser (article at Nasjonalt kompetansesenter for psykisk helsearbeid)
  • Adrians erfaringer fra studier i Cambridge (interview with Aker Scholarship)
  • – For meg ble folkehøgskolen en øyeåpner (interview with Folkehøgskolene.no)

Science communication

  • How positive memories might protect adolescents against depression (blog post at Behavioural & Social Sciences Community at Nature Research
  • Recalling happy memories can reduce risk in vulnerable teenagers – new study (article in The Conversation)
  • Symptom network density does not predict treatment response in adolescent depression (news article for Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge)
  • How does impulsivity relate to compulsivity? Support for dimensional psychiatry (news article for Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge)