Pehr Granqvist
Pehr Granqvist

Mycket av vår pågående forskning handlar om anknytning, som studeras i flera olika projekt – i relation till (1) religion/andlighet, (2) luktperception och (3) familjerättsrelaterade överväganden. I ett fjärde projekt (4) studerar vi anknytning och utveckling hos barn vars omvårdare har en intellektuell funktionsnedsättning. Vi driver också ett projekt (5) som syftar till att uppdatera anknytningsteorins evolutionära grunder så att social och kulturell inlärning från omvårdare kan inkorporeras i teorin.

Vid sidan om anknytningsstudier studerar vi välfärdens psykologi (5), som handlar om det samhälleliga välfärdssystemets psykologiska grunder och funktioner.

Vi driver slutligen ett projekt (6) som handlar om effekter av neurohormonet oxytocin på andliga upplevelser.

 

Samarbeten inom SU

  • Anna Blomkvist
  • Diana Cortes-Sanchez
  • Lillian Döllinger
  • Tommie Forslund
  • Joel Gruneau-Brulin
  • Mårten Hammarlund
  • Håkan Fischer
  • Petri Laukka
  • Mats Nilsson
  • Marco Tullio Liuzza

 

Samarbeten vid andra lärosäten

  • Anders Broberg, Göteborgs universitet
  • Gunilla Bohlin, Uppsala universitet
  • Karin Brocki, Uppsala universitet
  • Rosalinda Cassibba, Bari, Italien
  • Edward Davis, Wheaton, USA
  • Jessie Dezutter, Leuven, Belgien
  • Robbie Duschinsky, Cambridge, UK
  • Catarina Furmark, Karolinska institutet
  • Gustaf Gredebäck, Uppsala universitet
  • Berit Hagekull, Uppsala universitet
  • Kari Halstensen, Modum Bad, Norge
  • Erik Hesse, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Tord Ivarsson, R-BUP, Norge
  • Lee Kirkpatrick, College of William & Mary, USA
  • Johan Lundström, Karolinska institutet
  • Mary Main, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Mario Mikulincer, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel 
  • Frances Nkara, UC Berkeley, USA
  • Carlo Schuengel, Amsterdam, Nederländerna
  • Phillip Shaver, Davis, USA
  • Miriam Steele, New School, USA
  • Marinus van IJzendoorn, Cambridge, USA
  • Ingela Visuri, Södertörn

 

Finansiering

  • FORTE
  • The John Templeton Foundation
  • Riksbankens Jubileumsfond
  • Sasakawa young leaders’ fellowship fund
  • Vetenskapsrådet

 

Publikationer (2008 - in press, urval)

Van IJzendoorn, Steele, M., & Granqvist, P. (in press). On exactitude in science: A map of the empire the size of the empire. Infant Mental Health Journal

Van IJzendoorn, M.H., Bakermans, J.J.W., Steele, M., & Granqvist, P. (in press). Diagnostic use of Crittenden’s attachment measures in family court is not beyond a reasonable doubt. Infant Mental Health Journal.

Greenwald, Y., Mikulincer, M., Granqvist, P., & Shaver, P. R. (in press). Apostasy and conversion: Attachment orientations and individual differences in the process of religious change. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.

Granqvist, P., Vestbrant, K., Döllinger, L., Olsson, M.J., Liuzza, M.T., Blomkvist, A., & Lundström, J. (in press). The Scent of Security: Odor of Romantic Partner Alters Subjective Discomfort and Autonomic Stress Responses in an Adult Attachment-Dependent Manner. Physiology & Behavior.

Davis, E. B., Kimball, C. N., Aten, J. D., Andrews, B., Van Tongeren, D. R., Hook, J. N., Davis, D. E., Granqvist, P., & Park, C. L. (in press). Religious meaning making and attachment in a disaster context: A longitudinal qualitative study of flood survivors. Journal of Positive Psychology.

Dewitte, L., Granqvist, P., & Dezutter, J. (in press). Meaning through attachment. Psychological Reports.

Gruneau-Brulin, J., & Granqvist, P. (in press). The place of place within the attachment-religion framework – a commentary on the circle of place spirituality. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion.

Cortes, D. S., Skragge, M., Döllinger, L., Laukka, P., Fischer, H., Nilsson, M., Hovey, D., Westberg, L., Larsson, M., & Granqvist, P. (2018). Mixed support for a causal link between single dose intranasal oxytocinand spiritual experiences: Opposing effects depending on individual proclivities for absorption. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN), 13, 921–932.

Davis, E. B., Granqvist, P., & Sharp, C. (2018). Theistic Relational Spirituality: Development, Dynamics, Health, and Transformation. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.

Gruneau Brulin, J., Hill, P. C., Laurin, K, Mikulincer, M., & Granqvist, P. (2018). God Versus the Welfare State: The importance of cultural context for religious schematicity and priming. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (APA journal), 10, 278-287.

Granqvist, P., Sroufe, L. A., Dozier, M., Hesse, E., Steele, M., van IJzendoorn, M., Solomon, J., Schuengel, C.,  Fearon, P., Bakermans-Kranenburg, M., Steele, H., Cassidy, J., Carlson, E., Madigan, S., Jacobvitz, D., Foster, S., Behrens, K., Rifkin-Graboi, A., Gribneau, N., Spangler, G., Ward, M.J., True, M., Spieker, S., Reijman, S., Reisz, S., Nkara, F., Tharner, A., Goldwyn, R., Sroufe, J., Pederson, D., Pederson, D., Weigans, R., Siegel, D., Dazzi, N., Bernard, K., Fonagy, P., Waters, E., Toth, S., Cicchetti, D., Zeanah, C.H., Lyons-Ruth, K., Main, M., & Duschinsky, R. (2017). Disorganized attachment in infancy: Review of the phenomenon and its implications for clinicians and policy-makers. Attachment & Human Development, 19, 534-558.

Granqvist, P., & Nkara, F. (2017). Religious and spiritual development are determined 100 % by nature, and 100 % by nurture: A playful response to Boyatzis. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 36, 162-165. DOI: 10.1111/bjdp.12175

Granqvist, P., & Nkara, F. (2017). Nature meets nurture in religious and spiritual development. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 36, 142-155. DOI: 10.1111/bjdp.12170

Lindberg, L., Fransson. M., Forslund, T., Springer, L., & Granqvist, P. (2017). Maternal sensitivity among mothers with mild intellectual disabilities is related to experiences of maltreatment and predictive of child attachment: A matched comparison study. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 30, 445-455.

Forslund, T., Kenward, B., Granqvist, P., Gredebäck, G., & Brocki, K. (2017). Diminished ability to identify facial emotional expressions in children with disorganized attachment representations. Developmental Science, 19, e12465.

Granqvist, P. (2016). Observations of disorganized behaviours yield no magic wand: Response to Shemmings. Attachment & Human Development, 18(6), 529-533.

Granqvist, P., Hesse, E., Fransson, M., Main, M., Hagekull, B., & Bohlin, G. (2016). Prior participation in the strange situation and overstress jointly facilitate disorganized behaviours: Implications for theory, research and practice. Attachment & Human Development, 18, 235-249.

Forslund, T., Brocki, K., Bohlin, G., Granqvist, P., & Eninger, L. (2016). The heterogeneity of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms and conduct problems: Cognitive inhibition, emotion regulation, emotionality, and disorganized attachment. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 34, 371-387. (IF = 2.8.)

Fransson, M., Granqvist, P., Marciszko, C., Hagekull, B., & Bohlin, G. (2016). Is middle childhood attachment related to social functioning in young adulthood? Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 57, 108-116.

Granqvist, P., & Kirkpatrick, L.A. (2016). Attachment and religious representations and behavior. In J. Cassidy & P.R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications (3rd ed.), pp. 856-878. New York, NY: Guilford.

Granqvist, P. (2014). Mental health and religion from an attachment viewpoint: Overview with implications for future research. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 17, 777-793.

Granqvist, P., & Moström, J. (2014). There are plenty of atheists in foxholes - In Sweden. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 36, 199-213.

Granqvist, P., Forslund, T., Fransson, M., Springer, L., & Lindberg, L. (2014). Mothers with intellectual disability, their experiences of maltreatment and their children’s attachment representations: A small-group matched comparison study. Attachment & Human Development, 16, 417-436.

Granqvist, P., Broberg, A. G., & Hagekull, B. (2014). Attachment, religiousness, and distress among the religious and spiritual: Links between religious syncretism and compensation. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 17, 726-740.

Granqvist, P. (2014). Religion and cognitive, emotional, and social development. In V. Saroglou (Ed.), Religion, Personality, and Social Psychology (pp. 283-312). New York, NY: Psychology Press.

Richert, R., & Granqvist, P. (2013). Religious and spiritual development in childhood. In R.F. Paloutzian & C. Park (Eds.), Handbook of the psychology of religion and spirituality (2nd ed.) (pp. 165-182). New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Granqvist, P., & Kirkpatrick, L.A. (2013). Religion, spirituality, and attachment. In K. Pargament (Ed.), APA Handbook for the psychology of religion and spirituality (Vol 1): Context, theory, and research (pp. 129-155). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Fransson, M., Granqvist, P., Bohlin, G., & Hagekull, B. (2013). Interlinkages between attachment and the five-factor model of personality in middle childhood and early adulthood: A longitudinal approach. Attachment & Human Development, 15, 219-239.

Cassibba, R., Granqvist, P., & Costantini, A. (2013). Mothers’ attachment security predicts their children’s sense of God’s closeness. Attachment & Human Development, 15, 51-64.

Granqvist, P., Mikulincer, M., Gewirtz, V., & Shaver, P.R. (2012). Experimental findings on God as an attachment figure – Normative processes and moderating effects of internal working models. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103, 804-818.

Granqvist, P., Hagekull, B., & Ivarsson, T. (2012). Disorganized attachment promotes mystical experiences via a propensity for alterations in consciousness (Absorption). The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 22, 180-197.

Granqvist, P., Reijman, S., & Cardeña, E. (2011). Altered consciousness and human development. In E. Cardeña & M. Winkelman (Eds.), Altering consciousness: A multidisciplinary perspective (pp. 211-234). Praeger.

Ivarsson, T., Granqvist, P., Broberg, A.G. & Gillberg, C. (2010). Attachment States of Mind in Adolescents with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and/or Depressive Disorders: a controlled study. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 19, 845-853.

Granqvist, P. (2010). Religion as attachment: The Godin award lecture. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 32, 5-24.

Granqvist, P., Mikulincer, M., & Shaver, P.R. (2010). Religion as attachment: Normative processes and individual differences. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 14, 49-59.

Granqvist, P., Fransson, M., & Hagekull, B. (2009). Disorganized Attachment, Absorption, and New Age Spirituality – A Mediational Model. Attachment & Human Development, 11, 385-403.

Cassibba, R., Granqvist, P., Costantini, A., & Gatto, S. (2008). Attachment and God representations among lay Catholics, priests, and religious: A matched comparison study based on the Adult Attachment Interview. Developmental Psychology, 44, 1753-1763.

Granqvist, P., & Kirkpatrick, L.A. (2008). Attachment and religious representations and behavior. In J. Cassidy & P.R. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications (2nd ed.) (pp.906-933). New York: Guilford.

Broberg, A.G., Mothander, P., Granqvist, P., & Ivarsson, T. (2008). Anknytning i praktiken: Tillämpningar av anknytningsteorin. Stockholm: Natur & Kultur.