Ann-Christin Cederborg Foto: Psykologiska institutionen/HB

Ann-Christin Cederborg


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Works at Department of Psychology
Telephone 08-120 762 21
Visiting address Frescati hagväg 14
Postal address Psykologiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

About me



  • Supervising doctoral students
  • Interviewing Children and Young People

Other assignments

  • Board member, Faculty board, Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Board member, Stockholm Centre for the Right´s of the Child


Video: How can we increase the visibility of vulnerable children?, Stockholm University profile area Children´s Rights & Conditions

Large research initiative on children, migration and integration, 2016

Stockholm University Strategic partnership against bullying: Wallenberg Foundation supports research against bullying

Research projects at Friends International Center against Bullying, Friends


Key words

Vulnerable children and youths, the perspective of the child, the voice of the child, developmental psychology, crime against children and youths, children as offenders, investigative interviewing, treatment, bullying in schools and on the Internet

Research interests

Cederborg's research is mostly about vulnerable children, youths and their families who are in need of treatment and support from society at large. She is interested in how family members interact but also in how authorities take care of vulnerable people and their realities. An ambition with her studies is also to further understand how children and youth report their everyday life experiences. In addition, her research tries to understand implications of vulnerability.

Research projects

Doctoral projects

Last updated: October 10, 2019

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