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Telefon: +4777620721
Forskergruppe: Sosialpsykologi

Forskningsinteresser:
  • Stereotype Threat
  • Innvandring (faktorer som påvirker prestasjon av innvandrer-barn)
  • Samarbeid og konflikter mellom sosiale grupper (social identity theory, group-based self-esteem, identity management strategies)
  • Kjønn
  • Effekter for sosial ulikhet
  • Underliggende mekanismer for ‘implementation intentions’

Telefon: +4777646296
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News

  • [Sep. 2018] I am recruiting a paid student research assistant (min. 100 hours, Oct.-Dec. 2018). The work includes organizing and conducting a laboratory experiment (i.e., schedule and guide participants through the experiment). If you are interested, please write a short “application” e-mail (no formal requirements) to torsten.martiny-huenger@uit.no stating your interest in the position and where you are currently in your studies (e.g., which semester, etc.).

  • [Sep. 2018] I am recruiting a “studentstipend” to work on a project on the BASICS of SELF-REGULATION and ACTION CONTROL (~170 payed hours between Oct. 2018-June 2019). Open to students at MA or Profesjon-level. If you are interested write me an e-mail to receive further information or look out for information on respective MA/Profesjon e-mail lists.

  • [Aug. 2018] I welcome Yevhen Damanskyy as a new PhD student in my work group and to the Department of Psychology. His PhD work will relate to topics of self-regulation and action control.

  • [June 2018] The winners of recent study-participation giftcards (8 winners of 500 NOK each) have been contacted.

  • [June 2018] Recently finished (2018) BA & MA theses
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Study Participation Opportunities

New studies will start in October - stay tuned


Research Interests

In general I'm interested in human action control and how, for example, intentions and action plans (i.e., "thought") translate into actual actions. Another, related interest is how our actions (by selection processes) influence evaluations/attitudes for novel and socially relevant stimuli.


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