20 July 2019


Symposium 9: Deception and Memory Detection in the 21st Century: Recent Advancements
Jaume Masip

    1. Koller, D., Hofer, F., Grolig, T., Ghelfi, S., & Verschuere, B. Exploring the applicability of the reaction time-based CIT in an airport setting
    2. Geven, L., Ben-Shakhar, G., Kassin, S., Kindt, M., & Verschuere, B. Memory detection as a forensic tool to evaluate the veracity of a confession
    3. Millen, A. E., Brock, S., & Hancock, P. J. B. Shining a spotlight on face recognition: mouse-path dynamics detect recognition of familiar faces
    4. Visu-Petra, L., Buta, M., Seucan, D. T., & Prodan, N. Children’s ability to conceal information via withholding evidence or strategic deception: A longitudinal investigation
    5. Sánchez, N. & Gómez-Ariza, C. J. Do Cognitive Load and Prefrontal Neuromodulation Affect Deceptive Responding? A tDCS Study
    6. Street, C. N. H. & Briggs, D. An eye tracking study of how people engage with SMS text messaging scams


Keynote Speaker 5: Friedich Lösel. Treatment of offenders: What we know about effectiveness and what we need to do in the future




Applied Session 5: Statement analysis based on content criteria: From hypothesis to a methodic instrument. Ramón Arce.


Oral Communications 17: Decision-making III

  1. When Mitigation Functions as Intended: Discrete Emotions and Attributions in Capital Cases. Gordon, N. & Stone, C.
  2. My story is better than yours! Presenting an alternative story reduces likelihood of prosecution. Schmittat, S. M., Englich, B., Sautner, L., & Velten, P.
  3. A new, multi professional legal psychology specialization programme: description and results. Korkman, J.
  4. We the Jury Find the Defendant Guilty Due to Our Misconceptions about Brain Injuries. Pierre, M. E., Twigg, V., & Parente, R.
  5. Person description information: Is there an own race bias? Dalton, G., Tredoux, C., Hope, L., & Milne, B.

09:30 – 11:00

Symposium 10: Therapeutic Jurisprudence in parental separation (Spanish)
Dolores Seijo

    1. Fariña, F., Vázquez, M. J., & Seijo, D. Parental high conflict and its effect on children
    2. Seijo, D., Fariña, F., & Vázquez, M. J. The forensic psychologist role: Therapeutic Jurisprudence perspective.
    3. Calvo, N. C. Reunification process between targeted parent and children under Parenting Coordination model of intervention
    4. Martínez, P. Parenting and ethics: The care of the minor human being in


Written Communications 5: Forensic & risk assessment, & Criminal investigations

Forensic & risk assessment

  1. Nonfatal Strangulation Among Domestically Violent Stalkers: The Importance of Recognizing Coercively Controlling Behaviors. Bendlin, M. & Sheridan, L.
  2. Assessing and Treating the Mentally Ill within a Structured Forensic Setting. Kodzic, A. & Gunnarsson, D.
  3. Peer relationships and their influence on suicide decisions in children and adolescensts. Rajtar, T. & Has, A.
  4. Using Latent Profile Analysis to identify psychopathic profiles among young offenders. Rijo, D., Ribeiro, D., & Salekin, R.
  5. Examining the Relationship between Poor Problem-Solving, Schemas, and Anger in Violent Offenders. Wee, C., Chee, C., & Huan, T.
  6. Young people and myths about love: an exploratory study. Pina, R., Garrido, E., Mora, S. & Prieto, A.


Criminal investigations

  1. Unmaking criminal psychopathy: A case report. Gullhaugen, A.
  2. Procedimental justice associated with the obligation to obey the law: perspective of arrested persons. Cabrera, S., Frías, M., Aranda, C. L., & Espinoza, J.
  3. Social capital, and strengths as protective factors against delinquency in a Mexican inmate sample. Espinoza, J., Frías, M., Corral, N. S., & Galaz, Y. C.
  4. Clients who self-refer to St Mary’s SARC: How does this population differ from police-referred clients? Mattison, M., Majeed-Ariss, R., & White, C.
  5. Nobody is better than you: Opportunist moral identity of sexual offenders. Navas, M. P., Sobral, J., Gómez-Fraguela, J. A., Dominguez-Álvarez, B., & Isdahl-Troye, A.
  6. A multifaceted assessment of dark personality in the prison population: is there a dark factor? Turi, A., Hurezan, L., & Visu-Petra, L.


Written Communications 5: Forensic & risk assessment, & Criminal investigations

Poster session with authors