Talks

Positive memory specificity is associated with reduced cognitive and physiological vulnerability to depression (upcoming)
– Special Interest Meeting in Autobiographical Memory and Psychopathology, Cambridge

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon? (invited, upcoming)
– Fylkesbiblioteket i Akershus, Skatten, Oslo

Positive memory specificity as a target for prevention of depression (invited)
– Folkehelsekonferansen, Oslo

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon? (invited)
– Unge med psykiske lidelser og løsninger i arbeidslivet, Lillestrøm

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon? (invited)
– Lundbeck, Bristol Hotel, Oslo

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon? (invited)
– Rehabiliteringskonferansen, Haugesund

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon hos ungdommer? (invited)
– BUP Søndre Oslo DPS, Oslo

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon? (invited)
– Lundbeck, The Thief, Oslo

Kan positive minner beskytte mot depresjon? (invited)
– Søndre Oslo DPS, Oslo

Positive memory specificity as a resilience factor in at-risk adolescents (invited)
– Research Center ‘Neurobiology of resilience’, Mainz

Positive memory specificity predicts reduced vulnerability to depression in at-risk adolescents: A longitudinal study (invited)
– Social Neuroscience, Max Planck Institute, Leipzig

Positive memory specificity predicts reduced vulnerability to depression in at-risk adolescents (invited)
– Oxford Center for Emotions and Affective Neuroscience, Oxford

Positive memory specificity reduces cognitive and neuroendocrine vulnerability to depression (paper session, selected for travel award)
– 48th ISPNE Annual Conference (International Society for Psychoneuroendocrinology), Irvine

Remembering positive life experiences reduces vulnerability to depression after negative life events
– Grad talks, Queens’ College, Cambridge

Remembering positive life experiences reduces vulnerability to depression after negative life events
– Cambridge Trust visit, Douglas House, Cambridge

Remembering positive life experiences reduces vulnerability to depression after negative life events
– Emotion lab, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Positive memory recall reduces later cortisol and dysphoria in at-risk adolescents (poster)
– Cambridge Neuroscience Symposium, Cambridge

Positive memory recall reduces later cortisol and dysphoria in at-risk adolescents (poster)
– MQ Mental Health Science Meeting, London

Reduced executive capacity and high brooding rather than avoidance underlies overgeneral memory in depression (poster)
– JRP Conference of the Junior Researcher Programme, Cambridge

Communicating the neuroscience of psychopathy (poster)
– jMeeting of the Junior Researcher Programme, Madrid

Stress and autobiographical memory in depression (poster)
– jSchool of the Junior Researcher Programme, Murska Sobota