The researches at the CBR has written lots of articles. Here you can find an overview of the articles written in English in 2008. There are much more articles written in Norwegian (see the norwegian pages).

Fandrem, H, Sam, D.L. & Roland, E. (2008) Depressive symptoms among native and immigrant adolescents in Norway: The role of gender and urbanization; Social Indicators Research.

Idsøe, T., Hagtvet K. A., Bru, E. Midthassel, U. V., & Knardahl, S. (2008). Antecedents and outcomes of intervention program participation and task priority change among school psychology counselors: A latent variable growth framework; Journal of School Psychology.

Idsøe, T., Solli, E. & Cosmovici, E.M. (2008). Social psychological processes in family and school: More evidence on their relative etiological significance for bullying behavior; Aggressive Behavior.

Isaacs, J., Hodges, E.V., & Salmivalli, C. (2008). Long-term consequences of victimization: a follow-up from adolescence to young adulthood. European Journal of Developmental Science.

Midthassel, U. V., Bru, E. & Idsøe, T. (2008). Is the sustainability of reduction in bullying related to follow-up procedures?; Educational Psychology.

Midthassel, U. V. & Ertesvåg, S.K. (2008). Schools implementing Zero: The process of implementing an anti-bullying program in six Norwegian compulsory schools; Journal of educational change.

Midthassel, U. V & Roland, E. (2008). The Norwegian Manifesto against bullying: Opportunities, challenges and results on a national and school level. In Understanding and Addressing bullying. An International Perspective. PREVNet Series, Volume 1. Pebler, D. & Craig, W. (Eds.); AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiania.

Murberg, T. & Bru, E. (2008). The relationships between negative life events, perceived support in the school environment and depressive symptoms among Norwegian senior high school students: a prospective study; Social Psychology of Education

Nummenmaa, L., Peets, K., & Salmivalli, C. (2008). Automatic activation of adolescents’ peer-relational schemas: Evidence from priming with facial identity; Child Development 79.

Paulsen, E & Bru, E. (2008). Preferred social organization of learning formats among pupils experiencing different kinds of internalizing problems in secondary school.; Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties.

Paulsen, E. & Bru, E. (2008). Social passivity and grades achieved among adolescents in junior high school; School Psychology International.

Peets, K., Hodges, E. & Salmivalli, C. (2008); Affect-congruent social-cognitive evaluations and behaviors. Child Development 79

Pöyhönen, V., & Salmivalli, C. (2008). New directions in research and practice addressing bullying: Focus on defending behavior. In Understanding and Addressing bullying. An International Perspective. PREVNet Series, Volume 1. Pebler, D. & Craig, W. (Eds.); AuthorHouse, Bloomington, Indiania.

Salmivalli, C. (2008). Bullying is a group phenomenon – what does it mean and why does it matter? In S. Hymel, S. Swearer, & P. Gillette (Eds.); Bullying at School and Online, a special invited issue of http:/ /

Salmivalli, C., & Peets, K. (2008). Bullies, victims, and bully-victim relationships. In K. Rubin, W. Bukowski, & B. Laursen (Eds.), Handbook of Peer Interactions, Relationships, and Groups; Guilford Press.

Stornes, T., Bru, E. & Idsøe, T. (2008). Classroom social structure and motivational climates on the influence of teachers' involvement, teachers' autonomy support and regulation in relation to motivational climates in school classrooms; Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research.

Størksen, I., Berner, K. & Thorsen, A.A. (2008). Family narratives through the eyes of an adult child of divorce; Journal of Human Subjectivity.