Ole Myklebust Amundsen is an undergraduate student of clinical psychology at the University of Bergen. Ole has participated in a range of different research projects, including virtual reality exposure therapy for fear of public speaking, relapse-prevention in patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder, a meta analysis for fear of public speaking and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. He has experience in various programming languages and has a keen interest in statistical methods and complex analyses. Ole has specific interest in forensic psychology and the complex dynamics of patients with a history of violence and severe mental illness who reside in forensic health wards. On his spare time Ole appreciates reading both fiction and nonfiction, is a hobby-photographer and enjoys creating workflows that others can utilise.

Ole is a member of the Complexity in treatment Outcome, Psychopathology and Epidemiology (COPE) research group at the University of Oslo, Norway.

Contact at oleamundsen@me.com