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Tormod Bøe

Associate Professor of Community Psychology

University of Bergen

Biography

Tormod Bøe is an associate professor of community psychology at the University of Bergen. His research interests include social inequalities in mental health, public mental health and psychometrics.

Interests

  • Public mental health
  • Social inequalities in mental health and child development
  • Psychometrics
  • R statistics

Education

  • PhD in Psycholoogy, 2013

    University of Bergen, Norway

  • Cand. Psychol., 2010

    University of Bergen, Norway

  • BPsych Hons, 2006

    University of Newcastle, Australia

Posts

Generating a random order for students to select their internships (or anything really)

R script to generate random numbers merged with a list of student names retrieved from Canvas My students have to choose where they …

Connecting to canvas lms from R

I often use information from canvas (in my case this is the University of Bergen version mitt.uib.no) when I prepare assignments and …

Scraping Corona data from the Norwegian Directorate of Health and the Norwegian Institute of Public health websites

Disclaimer. This post has simply been a personal exercise in webscraping data that others have made available. I am also personally …

SDQ Predictive algoritm in R

Adapted from syntax available at the SDQ website. The predictive algorithm is based on up to twelve input variables: phyper = SDQ …

Markdown CV NFR style

Lag din CV tilpasset Norges Forskningsråds maler - i R! I denne posten vil jeg vise hvordan jeg laget min CV i R, tilpasset malen til …

Building a blogdown publication list from bibtex file (updated)

The best way to do this now is to follow the guide on the following page. I tried to build markdown files to use for publication …

Testing academic framework

Ulysses, R, markdown

How-to use Ulysses, Rstudio together (updated) Use Zotero for inserting references in Ulysses manuscript Add YAML, indicate as …

css, bibtex, blogdown

Papers using rmarkdown

Introduction Children who grow up in families with poor economy are at increased risk for negative promotionansvarlig developmental …

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