43 Works

Preface

Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Ethical codes of conduct in journalism: Demands for a digitalising mediascape

Joaquim Fidalgo, Barbara Thomass, Christian Ruggiero, Mauro Bomba, Simone Sallusti & Torbjörn von Krogh

Multiple drivers of large‐scale lichen decline in boreal forest canopies

Per-Anders Esseen, Magnus Ekström, Anton Grafström, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson, Kristin Palmqvist, Bertil Westerlund & Göran Ståhl
Thin, hair-like lichens (Alectoria, Bryoria, Usnea) form conspicuous epiphyte communities across the boreal biome. These poikilohydric organisms provide important ecosystem functions and are useful indicators of global change. We analyse how environmental drivers influence changes in occurrence and length of these lichens on Norway spruce (Picea abies) over 10 years in managed forests in Sweden using data from >6000 trees. Alectoria and Usnea showed strong declines in southern-central regions, whereas Bryoria declined in northern regions....

Additional file 4 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 4: Study validity assessment (critical appraisal) criteria. Table of the criteria and questions that will be used to categorise studies as being of high, medium, or low risk of bias.

Additional file 1 of Psychometric properties of public trust in Covid-19 control and prevention policies questionnaire

Riaz Alaei Kalajahi, Mohammad Saadati, Saber Azami Aghdash, Ramin Rezapour, Mehdi Nouri, Naser Derakhshani & Koustuv Dalal
Supplementary Material 1

Scandinavian political journalism in a time of fake news and disinformation

Bente Kalsnes, Kajsa Falasca & Aske Kammer

Data from: Impacts of dead-wood manipulation on the biodiversity of temperate and boreal forests - A systematic review

Jennie Sandström, Claes Bernes, Kaisa Junninen, Asko Lohmus, Ellen Macdonald, Jörg Müller & Bengt Gunnar Jonsson
Dead wood (DW) provides critical habitat for thousands of species in forests, but its amount, quality and diversity have been heavily reduced by forestry. Therefore, interventions aiming to increase DW might be necessary to support its associated biodiversity, even in protected forests, which may be former production forests. Our aim was to synthesise the current state of knowledge drawn from replicated experimental studies into solid quantitative evidence of the effects of DW manipulation on forest...

Conclusion: Nordic political communication between change and continuity

Lars Nord, Eli Skogerbø & Nete Nørgaard Kristensen

Childhood maltreatment and social functioning in psychotic disorders: a systematic review protocol

Natalia E. Fares-Otero, Monique C. Pfaltz, Roberto Rodriguez-Jimenez, Ingo Schäfer & Sebastian Trautmann
Background: Childhood maltreatment (CM) is thought to play a key role in the etiology and course of psychotic disorders (PD). In addition, CM is related to neurobiological and clinical characteristics that can lead to poor social functioning. However, the extent to which CM and social functioning are directly associated in individuals with PD, is unclear. Therefore, we aim to systematically review the literature to provide an estimate on the strength of the association between CM...

Additional file 2 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 2: Benchmark articles. List of the 43 articles used to edit the search string and ensure comprehensiveness of the search.

Additional file 2 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 2: Benchmark articles. List of the 43 articles used to edit the search string and ensure comprehensiveness of the search.

Additional file 4 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 4: Study validity assessment (critical appraisal) criteria. Table of the criteria and questions that will be used to categorise studies as being of high, medium, or low risk of bias.

Mapping the availability of translated versions of posttraumatic stress disorder screening questionnaires for adults: A scoping review

Joel Hoffman, Ziv Ben-Zion, Adrián Arévalo, Or Duek, Talya Greene, Brian J. Hall, Ilan Harpaz-Rotem, Belinda Liddell, Cosima Locher, Naser Morina, Angela Nickerson, Monique C. Pfaltz, Matthis Schick, Ulrich Schnyder, Soraya Seedat, Fatlinda Shatri, Hao Fong Sit, Roland von Känel & Tobias R. Spiller
Background: The most used questionnaires for PTSD screening in adults were developed in English. Although many of these questionnaires were translated into other languages, the procedures used to translate them and to evaluate their reliability and validity have not been consistently documented. This comprehensive scoping review aimed to compile the currently available translated and evaluated questionnaires used for PTSD screening, and highlight important gaps in the literature. Objective: This review aimed to map the availability...

Data from: Edge influence on vegetation at natural and anthropogenic edges of boreal forests in Canada and Fennoscandia

Karen A. Harper, S. Ellen Macdonald, Michael S. Mayerhofer, Shekhar R. Biswas, Per-Anders Esseen, Kristoffer Hylander, Katherine J. Stewart, Azim U. Mallik, Pierre Drapeau, Bengt-Gunnar Jonsson, Daniel Lesieur, Jari Kouki & Yves Bergeron
1. Although anthropogenic edges are an important consequence of timber harvesting, edges due to natural disturbances or landscape heterogeneity are also common. Forest edges have been well-studied in temperate and tropical forests, but less so in less productive, disturbance-adapted boreal forests. 2. We synthesized data on forest vegetation at edges of boreal forests and compared edge influence among edge types (fire, cut, lake/wetland; old vs. young), forest types (broadleaf vs. coniferous) and geographic regions. Our...

Power, Communication, and Politics in the Nordic Countries

Eli Skogerbø, Nete Nørgaard Kristensen, Lars Nord & Øyvind Ihlen

Sweden

Lars Nord & Torbjörn von Krogh

Childhood maltreatment and social functioning in psychotic disorders: a systematic review protocol

Natalia E. Fares-Otero, Monique C. Pfaltz, Roberto Rodriguez-Jimenez, Ingo Schäfer & Sebastian Trautmann
Background: Childhood maltreatment (CM) is thought to play a key role in the etiology and course of psychotic disorders (PD). In addition, CM is related to neurobiological and clinical characteristics that can lead to poor social functioning. However, the extent to which CM and social functioning are directly associated in individuals with PD, is unclear. Therefore, we aim to systematically review the literature to provide an estimate on the strength of the association between CM...

Comparing news media reach: Exploring effects of asymmetric news media consumption

Heinz Bonfadelli, Valgerður Jóhannsdóttir, Lars Nord & Hanne Vandenberghe

Additional file 3 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 3: Search string development. The development of the search string with terms used in the search blocks, how they were combined, how many hits individual blocks as well as block combinations rendered in Web of Science Core Collection, and how many of the benchmark papers could be identified among those hits.

Additional file 5 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 5: Data extraction spreadsheet. Table with the parameters that will be extracted for narrative as well as quantitative review of the identified articles and studies. Included is pilot extraction of seven ofn the benchmark articles.

Psychometric properties of public trust in Covid-19 control and prevention policies questionnaire

Riaz Alaei Kalajahi, Mohammad Saadati, Saber Azami Aghdash, Ramin Rezapour, Mehdi Nouri, Naser Derakhshani & Koustuv Dalal
Abstract Background Public trust is a crucial concept in the COVID-19 pandemic, which determines public adherence with preventive rules as a success factor for disease management. This study aimed to develop and validate a tool to measure public trust in COVID-19 control and prevention policies (COV-Trust tool). Methods This is a psychometric study that was conducted in 2020 (March-August). A primary tool was developed through literature review, in-depth interviews with experts and expert panel meetings....

Additional file 1 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 1: Roses form The filled in ROSES reporting standards form for systematic review protocols.

Additional file 3 of To what extent does surrounding landscape explain stand-level occurrence of conservation-relevant species in fragmented boreal and hemi-boreal forest?–a systematic review protocol

Malin Undin, Anita Atrena, Fredrik Carlsson, Mattias Edman, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson & Jennie Sandström
Additional file 3: Search string development. The development of the search string with terms used in the search blocks, how they were combined, how many hits individual blocks as well as block combinations rendered in Web of Science Core Collection, and how many of the benchmark papers could be identified among those hits.

Additional file 1 of Psychometric properties of public trust in Covid-19 control and prevention policies questionnaire

Riaz Alaei Kalajahi, Mohammad Saadati, Saber Azami Aghdash, Ramin Rezapour, Mehdi Nouri, Naser Derakhshani & Koustuv Dalal
Supplementary Material 1

Psychometric properties of public trust in Covid-19 control and prevention policies questionnaire

Riaz Alaei Kalajahi, Mohammad Saadati, Saber Azami Aghdash, Ramin Rezapour, Mehdi Nouri, Naser Derakhshani & Koustuv Dalal
Abstract Background Public trust is a crucial concept in the COVID-19 pandemic, which determines public adherence with preventive rules as a success factor for disease management. This study aimed to develop and validate a tool to measure public trust in COVID-19 control and prevention policies (COV-Trust tool). Methods This is a psychometric study that was conducted in 2020 (March-August). A primary tool was developed through literature review, in-depth interviews with experts and expert panel meetings....

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