Friday

19 July 2019

09:00-10:30

Symposium 5: Psychopathy: Assessment, Applied Issues, and Treatment
Coordinates:
Carlo Garofalo
Participants:

    1. Neumann, C. S., Hare, R. D., & Mokros, A. The multifarious nature of psychopathy
    2. Leon-Mayer, E., Neumann, C., Folino, J., Trajtemberg, N., Maldonado, F., Guzmán, Y., Sánchez, O., & Hare, R. D. Psychopathy in a mega South American Sample
    3. Garofalo, C., Neumann, C. S., & Velotti, P. Emotion Dysregulation Mediates Associations between Psychopathic Traits and Aggression
    4. De Caluwé, E., Timmermans, E., & Garofalo, C. Psychopathy and Other Dark Personality Traits on Tinder: Understanding the Motives and Gender Differences
    5. Ribeiro, D., Paulo, M., Miguel¸ R., Brazão, N., & Rijo, D. Preliminary findings of the PSYCHOPATHY.COMP program in reducing psychopathic traits among young offenders

10:30-12:00

Symposium 7: Longitudinal trajectories/changes of risk factors in forensic patients: model-testing and relations to offending behavior
Coordinates:
Stefan Bogaerts
Participants:

    1. Garofalo, C., Weller, J. A., & Reynolds, M. Longitudinal trajectories of Boldness, Meanness, and Disinhibition from late adolescence to early adulthood
    2. Billen, E., Garofalo, C., Weller, J. A., & Bogarts, S. Bidirectional effects between self-regulation and deviance, from adolescence to adulthood
    3. Kleijn, M. & Bogaerts, S. Sexual offending pathways and chat conversations in an online environment.
    4. Bogaerts, S., Billen, E., & Garofalo, C. Behavioral change over time in forensic psychiatric patients using a cross-lagged panel model
    5. Van der Linde, R., Bogaerts, S., Garofalo, C., Billen, E., De Caluwé, E., Blaauw, E., & Spreen, M. Do Offense-Related Dynamic Clinical Factors Decrease Between Imprisonment until Unconditional Release? A Latent Growth Trajectory among a Dutch Sample of Forensic Psychiatric Patients.

12:30-13:30

Keynote Speaker 4: Virginia Barber Rioja. Expanding the role of psychology in correctional mental health: reforms in New York City’s  Rikers Island correctional facility as a framework

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 13: Deception detection & malingering II

  1. A lens model examination of consistency and deception. Hudson, C., Vrij, A., Akehurst, L., Hope, L., & Satchell, L.
  2. A personal model of trumpery: Linguistic deception detection in a real-world high-stakes setting. Van der Zee, S., Poppe, R., Havrileck, A., & Baillon, A.
  3. Do bold people lie more? The role of adaptive psychopathic traits on lying. Yoon, D., Tamm, A., Krüppel, J., Hofmann, M., Mokros, A., & Volbert, R.
  4. Dynamic Keylogger Analysis of Truthful and Deceptive Accounts. Tomas, F., Tsimperidis, I., Demarchi, S., & El Massioui, F.
  5. Accuracy in detecting truths and lies in cheating paradigm: Lie bias and verbal/nonverbal cues. Celik, D. & Koparan, C.
  6. Deception detection methods and perjury penalty: A game theoretic approach. Ioannidis, K., Offerman, T., & Sloof, R.
  7. A baseline comparison does not improve the accuracy of detecting lies. Verigin¸B. L., Meijer, E. H., & Vrij, A

09:00-10:30

Applied Session 4The forensic psychological report: ethical and practical issues (Spanish). Mila Arch & José Manuel Muñoz.

10:30-12:00

Symposium 8: Psicopatologia forense (Portuguese)
Coordinates:
Diana Moreira
Participants:

    1. Moreira, D. & Barbosa, F. Neurobiological conceptualization of the psychopathic personality: One century of history
    2. Mariz, C., Souza, O., & Moreira, D. The genetic and environmental influences on psychopathy
    3. Carvalho, C., Souza, O., & Moreira, D. The influence of personality traits in psychoactive substance use: A systematic review
    4. Sá Moreira, D., Oliveira, S., Nunes, F., Fávero, M., Sousa-Gomes, V., & Moreira, D. Childhood traumas and psychopathy: A comprehensive review
    5. Sá Moreira, D., Oliveira, S., Nunes, F., Fávero, M., Sousa-Gomes, V., Moreira, D., Magalhães, T., & Peixoto, C. Child sexual abuse: Role of health and education professionals on its prevention/intervention

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 14: Decision-making II

  1. Popper in practice: Do judges use falsification? Maegherman, E., Horselenberg, R., & Van Koppen, P. J.
  2. Bias in jurors’ judgment on rape victims’ believability and responsibility. Huang, C. & Angerson. J.
  3. Judges’ assessments of offenders’ behavior in court. De Castro-Rodrigues, A., Andrade, J., Cruz, A. R., Cunha, O., & Gonçalves, R. A.
  4. Exploring the effect of cross-examination and witness rehabilitation on juror understanding of expert testimony. Scanlon, P., Banyai, B., Hart, E., & Cooper, S. L.
  5. A Psychological Exploration of How Pre-Trial Attitudes Impact Juror Decision Making within an Ecologically Valid Rape Trial Re-enactment. Willmott, D., Boduszek, D., Debowska, A., & Booth, N.
  6. Visual behaviour and decision-making in lineup identification tasks. Dewan, S. & Van Golde, C.
  7. How criminal justice professionals understand forensic conclusions. Van Straalen, E. K., de Poot, C. J., Malsch, M., & Elffers, H.
  8. The mediated role of emotions in the relationship between malleable beliefs and legal decision-making. Weimann-Saks, D. & Peleg-Koriat, I.

09:00-10:30

Oral Communications 11: Miscellaneous

  1. The use of impact statements and victims’ privacy interests: a therapeutic jurisprudence exploration. Van der Merwe, A. & Mitchell, L. M.
  2. Assessing the voice of the child: Crucial psychological evaluation criteria in family law proceedings. Zumbach, J.
  3. Verbal Description and Accuracy in a Cross-Race Effect Study. Trojanová, H., Peška, L., & Boukalová, H.
  4. The development and initial validation of the Dynamic Model of Psychopathy (DMP). Gullhaugen, A. & Heinze, P.
  5. Discrepancies between data and public discourse on immigrant child sexual abuse in Finland. Pakkanen, T., Laajasalo, T., & Ellonen, N.

10:30-12:00

Oral Communications 12: Interviewing, interrogations & confessions II

  1. Does Evidence Influence a Police Interrogator’s Interrogation tactics? Making a Tactic Classification Based on Evidence. Jang, M., Luke, T., Granhag, P., Vrij, A., & Lee, W. 
  2. Police Practices and Beliefs about Interviewing and Interrogation in Europe: Results for Spain. Schell-Leugers, J., Masip, J., González, J. L., Vanderhallen, M., Volbert, R., Landström, S., Myklebust, T., & Kassin, S.
  3. Can a longer rapport-building phase improve preschoolers’ witness capabilities during investigative interviews? Magnusson, M. & Ernberg, E.
  4. The effect of reciprocity and relationship closeness on voluntary false confessions. Schneider, T., Sauerland, M., Merckelbach, H., & Cohrs, C.
  5. Does the perception of interviewer familiarity and knowledge promote self-disclosure in security vetting interviews? Winters, C. L., Geyer, K., Taylor, P. J., Luther, K., Ellis, D., & Papasileka, E.
  6. Effect of Question Type on Children’s Disclosures of Sensitive Information. Lavoie, J., Wyman, J., Crossman, A., & Talwar, V.

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 15: Victims & offenders III

  1. Adult outcomes of childhood victimization: anti-social behaviour, psychopathy and satisfaction with life. Fonseca, A.
  2. Gender (a)symmetry in intimate partner violence: Findings from the Czech Republic. Podaná, Z.
  3. Motivational enhancement techniques in batterer intervention programmes: A systematic review. Santirso, F. A., Gilchrist, G., Lila, M., & Gracia, E.
  4. Provisional Police Officers Attitudes Towards Offenders. Cunha, O., Carvalho, F., Castro-Rodrigues, A., Cruz, A. R., & Gonçalves, R. A.
  5. Public perceptions of stalking within different sexualities. Mojtahedi, D.
  6. Pornography and sexual abuse by adolescents: evaluating its influence. McGrath, K.
  7. Social representations of conjugal violence in current and future professionals, and their reactions in the systems: educational, health and legal. Cabral, P. C.

09:00-10:30

Symposium 6: Socio-community representations of the Youth. Legal Implications (Spanish)
Coordinates:
Francisco Javier Rodriguez Diaz
Participants:

    1. Pérez, B. & del Valle, C.. Cultural representations of minority groups. Implications for decision making in judicial context.
    2. Rodriguez, L., Rodríguez, F. J., Herrero, J. B., Paino, S. G., & González, N. Social representation of violence in dating.
    3. Fandiño, R. & Basanta, J. L. The perception of crime in lower infringers and their social representation.
    4. Marcos, V., Gancedo, Y., Selaya, A., & Novo, M. Analyzing the path from bullying to bully.

10:30-12:00

EAPL Members’ meeting

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 16: Forensic & risk assessment II

  1. Improving prognostic validity in risk assessment processes in forensic psychiatric commitment units. Kretschmer, T., Sklenárová, H., & Nitschke, J.
  2. Insanity Evaluation of Personality Disorders: Discussion on a case of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Scarpazza, C., Miolla, A., & Sartori, G.
  3. Adolescent adjustment and risk prevention: Looking at family factors. Vale-Dias, M. L. & Morgado, A.
  4. Relationships between parental attitudes’ perceptions and adolescent internalizing and externalizing problems: implications for intervention. Vale-Dias, M. L. & Berardo, C.
  5. Evaluation of Well-being and Stress of adolescent offenders and professionals in Brazilian Educational Centres. Vale-Dias, M. L. & Figueiredo, T.
  6. Forensic applications of the evolutonary model of incestous abuse. Antfolk, J.
  7. Symbolic violence as a component of dating violence. Burianek, J.
  8. The maturity concept in the family court proceedings. López, N. & Martín, M.

12:30-13:30

Written Communications 4: Eyewitness identification & memory, & Interviewing, interrogations & confessions

Eyewitness identification & memory

  1. The role of eyewitness metamemory on identification performance for fair and unfair lineups. Saraiva, R., Van Boeijen, I. M., Hope, L., Horselenberg, R., Sauerland, M., & Van Koppen, P.
  2. Does post-identification feedback affect eyewitness’ behaviour? Fukushima, Y., Jordan, K., & Garry, M.
  3. Awareness of emotional stimuli in a video suppressed memory of the video. Shimane, D., Tsuzuki, T., & Itoh, Y.
  4. Person misidentification is associated with cognitive failures and expectations. Miura, H., Shimane, D., & Itoh, Y.
  5. Give me another chance and I’ll recognize him: Investigating the practice of repeated identifications. Váchová, E. & Rubínová, E.
  6. Promotion of legal psychology from the professional association of legal psychology. Blanco, F., Martinez, M., Sousa, A., & Seijo, D.

 

Interviewing, interrogations & confessions

  1. Are confessions enough evidence to sentence a defendant? Selaya, A., Marcos, V., Sanmarco, J., & Novo, M.
  2. Factors that impact Children`s Competence to Testify: Systematic Analysis of Qualitative Data. Segal, A. & Žukauskiene, R.
  3. Barriers to communication in the control room of the UK Fire and Rescue Service. Shawyer, A., Milne, R., Dalton, G., May, B., Hope, L., & Gabbert, F.
  4. French Gendarmes’ perceptions of interfering information during witness testimony. Geoffrey, D.
  5. Interviewer Rapport Building in Alleged CSA Cases – What is supportive? Otzipka, J., Volbert, R., & Tamm, A.
  6. Police Caution Comprehension in Appropriate Adults and implications for vulnerable suspects. Parker, L. & Mattison, M.

13:30–14:00

Written Communications 4: Eyewitness identification & memory, & Interviewing, interrogations & confessions

Poster session with authors