Friends of Utøya terror victims evidenced severe reactions to the loss of their friend, a loss even comparable to those of close family members, according to this survey study by Iren Johnsen and colleagues.
Building on the semantic theory of survey response, we show how leadership research is vulnerable to semantic overlaps in central concepts. Many people have unrealistic expectations of leaders, and confuse leadership with heroism, write Jan Ketil Arnulf and Kai Rune Larsen.
The large majority of parents and siblings were satisfied with the help they received from the public support services following the Utøya terror attack, but they also have advice for the support systems, according to this survey study by Kari Dyregrov and colleagues.
Through an active outreach effort, Norwegian authorities offered the bereaved after the 2011 Utøya terror attack a collective follow-up program, outlined in this article by Atle Dyregrov and colleagues.
Mental health users felt a huge difference in how they saw themselves in social contexts before and after a mental health crisis, in this Norwegian study by Monika K. Gullslett, Hesook Suzie Kim, and Marit Borg.
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