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Amanda Risbæk Hovman

Name

Amanda Risbæk Hovman

Academic title

Master student

Research profile

Amanda Risbæk Hovman is a graduate student at the Master’s degree in psychology at University of Southern Denmark (SDU). From January through May 2020, she has worked as an intern for Associate professor Eva Gemzøe Mikkelsen as a part of the research project "Intervene – good working relationships without bullying".

In December 2020, Amanda Risbæk Hovman was employed as a student assistant working on the research project: "Set the tone: From bullying and harassment to good workplace" which is situated within the research group ThRIVE.

Through these research projects, Amanda Risbæk Hovman focuses on individual health consequences of exposure to workplace bullying and other offensive acts at work, as well as on how such negative acts may be managed and prevented. Starting in spring 2022, Amanda Risbæk Hovman will be enrolled as an undergraduate research year student through the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Department of Psychology at SDU, supervised by Eva Gemzøe Mikkelsen.

Projects

Intervene: Good working relationships without bullying;
Set the tone! From bullying and harassment to good workplace relationships 

Member of

ThRIVE Research Group;
Student assistent for Eva Gemzøe Mikkelsen

Last Updated 04.02.2021