Magnus Jørgensen





My research is primarily focused on adolescence as a critical period and how socioeconomic disadvantage during adolescence can shape adult mental health through common life transitions, social support, and health behaviors. Relatedly, I am also very interested in early intervention efforts and how to improve preventive measures. In addition to my PhD research, I also conduct studies on learning and pedagogical issues in elementary and high schools.

My position is affiliated with the longtrends project, which investigates how adolescent social inequality impacts disparities in mental health throughout the life course.


I teach various classes in Health Promotion and Global Development Theory and Practice.

Mostly, the focus is on research methodology and statistics.

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Jørgensen, M., Makransky, G. Factors influencing UK residents’ preferences in how psychologists present themselves online: a conjoint analysis during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. BMC Health Serv Res 22, 957 (2022).