Prof. Dr. Terje Ogden
Terje Ogden (PhD) holds the position as research director at the Norwegian Center for Child Behavioral Development (Nasjonalt Utviklingssenter for Barn og Unge – NUBU). He is also a professor at the Institute of Psychology, University of Oslo, Norway. Ogden is project leader of a longitudinal prospective study of the social development of children from 6 months to school age (The Behavior Outlook Norwegian Developmental Study – BONDS). Moreover, he is chair of the program board for Research and Innovation in the Educational Sector in the Norwegian Research Council.
Research interests include the development, implementation and evaluation of interventions targeting children and youth with mental health and conduct problems. All interventions are family and community based in order to strengthen families and to prevent and reduce conduct problems and placement out of home. Interventions are implemented in municipal services for children and youth like the Child Welfare services, the Child and adolescent mental health services, childcare and schools. An overview is presented in the book “Adolescent Mental Health. Prevention and Intervention” by Terje Ogden and Kristine Amlund Hagen (Routledge, 2014).
Norwegian Center for Behavioral Development, Norway
- Ogden, T., Askeland, E., Christensen, B., Christiansen, T., & Kjøbli, J. (2017). Crossing National, Cultural, and Language Barriers: Implementing and Testing Evidence-Based Practices in Norway. In: Weisz, J., & Kazdin, A. (eds.) Evidence Based Psychotherapies with Children and Adolescents. New York, Guilford.
- Ogden, T., & Amlund-Hagen, K. (2014). Adolescent Mental Health. Prevention and Intervention. London: Routledge.
- Ogden,T. & Amlund-Hagen,K. (2008). Treatment effectiveness of Parent Management Training in Norway: A randomized controlled trial of children with conduct problems. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76, 607-621.
- Ogden, T., Bjørnebekk, G., Kjøbli, J., Patras, J., Christiansen, T., Taraldsen, K., & Tollefsen, N. (2012). Measurement of implementation components ten years after a nationwide introduction of empirically supported programs – a pilot study. Implementation Science, 7, 49.
- Ogden,T., Christensen,B., Sheidow,A., & Holth,P. (2008). Bridging the gap between science and practice: The effective nationwide transport of MST programs in Norway. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 17, 93-109.
- Ogden, T., & Fixsen, D. (2014). Implementation science. A brief overview and a look ahead. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 222, 4−11.
- Ogden,T., Forgatch,M., Askeland,E., Patterson,G. & Bullock,B. (2005). Large Scale Implementation of Parent Management Training at the National Level: The Case of Norway.
- Journal of Social Work Practice, 19 , 317-329.
- Ogden, T., Kärki, F. U., & Teigen, K.S. (2010). Linking research, practice and policy in the welfare services and education in Norway. Evidence and Policy, 6, 161-177.
- Amlund-Hagen, K., Ogden, T., & Bjørnebekk, G. (2011). Treatment Outcomes and Mediators of Parent Management Training: A One-Year Follow-up of Children with Conduct Problems. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Pscyhology, 40, 165-178.
- Kjøbli, J., Hukkelberg, S. & Ogden, T. (2013). A randomized trial of Group Parent Training: Reducing child conduct problems in real-world settings. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 51, 113−121.
- Kjøbli, J., & Ogden, T. (2014). A randomized effectiveness trial of individual child social skills training: six-month follow-up. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 8:31. DOI: 10.1186/s13034-014-0031-6.
- Kjøbli, J., & Ogden, T. (2012). A Randomized Effectiveness Trial of Brief Parent Training in Primary Care Settings. Prevention Science, 13, 616-626.
- Kjøge, A., Turtumøygard, T., Berge, T., & Ogden, T. (2015). From training to practice: A survey study of clinical challenges in implementing cognitive behavioural therapy in Norway. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 8, 1−16.
- Tømmerås, T., & Ogden, T. (2015). Is There a Scale-up Penalty? Testing Behavioral Change in the Scaling up of Parent Management Training in Norway. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 1-14.