Born 1985. B.Sc. in sociology with focus on social psychology 2009. Exchange student in psychology at University of Western Sydney, Australia spring 2009. Master degree in psychology 2010. Ph.D. student in psychology since 2010.
I've had a few teaching assignments in the field of witness psychology. I do not teach for the moment.
My research interest concerns the effect of alcohol on memory, in a eyewitness context.
Member of the research units Criminal, Legal, and Investigative Psychology (CLIP) and Addiction Psychology: Experimental and Clinical research (APEC)
The ongoing dissertation is a cross disciplinary project between forensic psychology, alcohol research and Sahlgrenska University Hospital. The project aims to investigate the effect of alcohol on eyewitness memory.
Hagsand, A., Roos af Hjelmsäter, E., Granhag, P.A., Fahlke, C., & Söderpalm-Gordh, A. (2013). Bottled memories. On how alcohol affects eyewitness‘ recall. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 54, 188-195, doi: 10.1111/sjop.12035
Hagsand, A., Roos af Hjelmsäter, E., Granhag, P.A., Fahlke, C., & Söderpalm-Gordh, A. (2013). Do sober eyewitnesses outperform alcohol intoxicated eyewitnesses in a lineup? The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, 5, 23-47.
Dahlgren, A., Wargelius, H.L., Berglund, K., Fahlke, C., Blennow, K., Zetterberg, H., Oreland, L., Berggren, U., Balldin, J. (2011) Do Alcohol-dependent Individuals with DRD2 A1 Allele Have an Increased Risk of Relapse? A Pilot Study. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 46(5): 509-513 doi:10.1093/alcalc/agr045
Dahlgren, A. (2011). Alcohol intoxicated eyewitnesses: Trustworthy or not? A literature overview. In G.H. Gudjonsson, A. K. Newton & J.F. Sigurdsson (Eds.). Perceptions: Victims, offenders and witnesses. Göteborg, Sverige.