Über den Autor
Anna-Karin Andershed, Ph.D., is a senior lecturer in psychology at Örebro University, Sweden. Her current research interests are adjustment and socialization processes from a life-span perspective with a special focus on girls and women, the development of antisocial behavior and aggression, structured assessment of risk and protective factors, and interventions, where she combines basic and applied research. She is the PI of two large scale longitudinal projects - the IDA program and the SOFIA study, and has developed an instrument for structured assessment of children with or at risk for normbreaking behavior, ESTER-assessment. She is also currently the Head of the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences at Örebro University.