Espen Wilner Sjøberg

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  • Institutt for psykologi, pedagogikk og juss
  • School of Health Sciences


Espen Sjoberg is an Associate Professor in the position of Assistant Professor at Kristiania University College and lectures on psychology. He has a doctorate degree in behaviour analysis, a sub-discipline in psychology that researches learning. Sjoberg has multiple scientific publications in evolutionary psychology, animal research and scientific methodology. He is a co-author on a psychology textbook which curriculum at many Upper Secondary schools in Norway.

Sjoberg’s research primarily concerns themes within learning, evolution and philosophy of science. He is one of two leaders of the Cognition and Art Research Group at Kristiania University College. He is also a member of the research group Experimental Behavior Analysis at OsloMet, as well as the Animal Learning Lab at UNED, Spain.

In 2018, Sjoberg was a finalist at Research Grand Prix Oslo. He has won several awards and grants within both academia and film production, as well as being nominated for Lecturer of the Year at OsloMet in 2017 and 2018.

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