Eating and Weight Disorders Research Group (EWeR)

Department of Psychology

Eating and Weight Disorders Research Group (EWeR)

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Aims of the research group

The aim of this research group is to investigate and acquire new knowledge about the causes and consequences of eating- and weight disorders, to investigate the efficacy of existing therapeutic interventions and to develop new treatment methods for patients with these disorders.

Collaboration

We collaborate with a number of researchers at other units within NTNU. In addition, we have close collaborations with the Eating Disorder Units at

Ongoing projects

  • Transdiagnostic Cognitive Remediation Therapy for Patients with Eating Disorders: A randomized Controlled Trial.
  • Reward processing in anorexia nervosa: A neuropsychological study.

Members of research group

Members of research group

  • Tora Thorsrud, PHD Candidate, Department of Psychology 
  • Synne Matinsen, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology
  • Tone Seim Fuglset, Postdoctor, Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Møre and Romsdal Hospital Trust
  • Camilla Lindvall Dahlgren, Senior Researcher Regional Department for Eating Disorders Division of Mental Health and Addiction, Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål HF, Norway
  • Hanna Lillehaug, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology
  • Line O. Luckman, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology
  • Ingrid M. Pettersen, Research Assistant, Department of Psychology
  • Marthe Schillinger, Master Student
  • Celine Kormeseth-Rødal, Master Student
  • Ina Visser, Master Student
  • Mari Stranden, Master Student