ACCESS is a research infrastructure project at NOVA that aims to improve data quality and accessability of Norwegian life course...Read more
Data collection for the third wave of the NorLAG survey was recently completed. Almost 9000 interviews were conducted (response rate...
Self-esteem peaks in the 50s and 60s, but declines markedly in later life. This is the main conclusion of a...
Three NOVA researchers presented their research at the The 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics 23-27 July 2017...Read more 0 comments
A recent NorLAG paper explores the role of the social network in the relationship between socio-economic position and health. The...Read more
Parents and adult children live close to one another, stay in close contact and help each other. However, children mean...Read more
Nurses are happier with life and work than other professions with the same level of education, according to a new...Read more
The annual scientific meeting of the Gerontological Society of America took place in New Orleans 16-20 November. NOVA-researcher Thomas Hansen...Read more
The department of ageing research and housing studies held a seminar together with Dutch researchers in Amsterdam October 12-14.Read more
The 23rd Nordic congress of gerontology took place in Tampere, Finland, on June 19-22. Eight NOVA-researchers presented findings from the...Read more
The third round of data collection will start in November 2016 and continue during the spring of 2017. Statistics Norway...Read more
In 2016 Martina Brandt and Christian Deindl were guest researchers at NOVA.Read more
The Norwegian study on life course, ageing and generation (NorLAG) is a multidisciplinary and longitudinal study that includes data on...Read more