Short CV/Education and training

  • 1993
    Bachelor of Science (Philosophy, Psychology), Stockholm University

  • 1999
    PhD in Psychology, Stockholm university

  • 2000 – 2007
    Senior lecturer in Psychology, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Mälardalen University College

  • 2005
    Associate Professor (Docent) in Psychology, Stockholm University

  • 2007
    Senior lecturer in Psychology, especially Social Psychology, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University

  • 2011
    Professor in Psychology, especially Social Psychology, Stockholm University

  • 2013
    Professor in Psychology, Uppsala University

  • Since 2013
    Professor in Psychology, especially Social Psychology, Stockholm University

Selected publications

  • Lindholm, T. (2005). Own-age biases in verbal person memory. Memory, 13, 21-30.

  • Eriksson, K., & Lindholm, T. (2007). Making gender matter: The role of gender-based expectancies and gender identification on women's and men's math performance in Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 48, 329-338.

  • Lindholm, T. (2008). Validity in judgments of high- and low- accurate witnesses of own and other ethnic groups. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 13, 107-120.

  • Yourstone, J. Lindholm, T., Grann, M., & Svenson, O. (2008). Evidence of gender bias in legal insanity evaluations: A case vignette study of clinicians, judges, and students. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 62, 273-278.

  • Svenson, O., Salo, I., & Lindholm, T. (2009). Post decision consolidation and distortion of facts. Judgment and Decision Making, 4, 397-407.

  • Bäck, E., Esaiasson, P., Gilljam, M., & Lindholm, T. (2010). Biased attributions regarding the origins of preferences in a group decision situation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 270-281.

  • Hirvikoski, T., Lindholm, T., Lajic, S, & Nordenström, A. (2011). Gender role behaviour in prenatally dexamethasone treated children at risk for congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Acta Paediatrica, 100, 112-119.

  • Gustafsson-Sendén, M., Lindholm, T., & Sikström, S. (2014). Biases in news media as reflected by personal pronouns in evaluative contexts. Social Psychology, 45, 103-111.

  • Bäck, E., &b Lindholm, T. (in press). Defending or challenging the status quo: Position effects on biased intergroup perceptions. Journal of Social and Political Psychology.

Selected projects

  • Intergroup biases in judgments, decision-making and memory

  • Genotype and situation in interaction: Effects on cognitive processing and aggressive behavior

  • Communication and perception of eyewitness accuracy cues

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Executive member of the Board for Scientific Affairs, European Federation of Psychologists' Associations (EFPA)

  • Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History, and

    Antiquities (Kungl. Vitterhetsakademien)

  • Member of the Executive Committee of the European Association

    of Social Psychology (EASP)

  • Member and secretary of the The Swedish National Committee for Psychological Sciences, appointed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences


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