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Michael B. Wells
Michael B. Wells (b. 1982) is a PhD candidate at Uppsala University <email@example.com>. His research interests include parenting, fathers, and child development. His publications include “ ‘Children are exposed to temptation all the time’ – parents' lifestyle-related discussions in focus groups” (with C. Stenhammer et al. 2012); “Conscious parenting: A qualitative study on Swedish parents' motives to participate in a parenting program” (with J. Rahmqvist and A. Sarkadi, 2013); “Swedish child health nurses' views of early father involvement: A qualitative study” (with G. Varga et al., 2013).
Jonas Engman (b. 1981) is a PhD student at Uppsala University <firstname.lastname@example.org>. His research interests include neuroscience, anxiety, resting-state networks, and emotions. His publications include “Age, sex and NK1 receptors in the human brain? A positron emission tomography study with [11C]GR205171” (with F. Åhs et al., 2012); “The effect of premenstrual dysphoric disorder and menstrual cycle phase on brain activity during response inhibition” (with E. Bannbers et al., 2012); “Disruption of reconsolidation erases a fear memory trace in the human amygdala” (with T. Agren et al., 2012); and “Oral contraceptive use changes brain activity and mood in women with previous negative affects during the pill – a double blinded, placebo-controlled randomized trial of Neovletta®” (with A. Gignell et al., 2013).
Anna Sarkadi (b. 1974) is an associate professor at Uppsala University <Anna.Sarkadi@kbh.uu.se>. Her research interests include child health, child development, and community pediatrics. Her publications include “Fathers' involvement and children's developmental outcomes: A systematic review of longitudinal studies” (with R. Kristiansson, 2008); and “Swedish child health nurses' views of early father involvement: A qualitative study” (with M. Wells et al., 2013).
Published Online: 2014-10-22
Published in Print: 2015-04-01