Our researchers and students yearly produces a large amount of publications with high scientific quality. Since 2007 these are registered in DiVA, the Digital Scientific Archive for easy access.
Digital Scientific Archive
For many years our researchers have published more than 250 publications annually according to the Digital Scientific Archive at Stockholm University, DiVA. After the integration with the Stress Research Institute the numbers went up to more than 320 publications in 2020, despite a drastic reduction of conference papers and posters due to the pandemic.
Collections of publications in DiVA
For all the latest publications in DiVA, see Annual Report below.
Publications from our research divisions in DiVA since 2020
Annual Report contains references and abstracts to scientific articles, books and book chapters, reports, theses and conference papers by people affiliated to the Department of Psychology.
The series has existed since 1961. Below you can find all the years since 2010.
Annual Report in DiVA
Annual Report 2021 (Preliminary)
Annual Report 2020 (Now also including the Stress Research Institute!)
You can use the information in the column "Refine search result" for some quick statistics about publication types, most prolific authors, content type etc.
With a few exceptions DiVA does not include "in press-publications". Publications remain "in press" until they have got a volume number and page- or article number, even if they are already published online as "Epub ahead of print", "Online first", "Advance publication", "Early view", "Latest articles" etc.
Stockholm University Library
Through the Stockholm University Library website you get access to a large amount of databases like PsycINFO, PubMed and the Swedish National Encyclopedia, to name a few, but also fulltext articles in online journals. Just go to the library website and login with your university account as needed.
Also you can find books in the library catalogue, find your course literature, learn how to search for material for your thesis and much more.
Last updated: December 1, 2021
Source: Department of Psychology