Thursday

18 July 2019

09:00-10:30

Symposium 3: Wagenaar Symposium
Coordinates:
Ray Bull
Participants:

    1. Van Beek, M., Bull, R., Hodgson, P., Janssen, M., & Mijalkovic, S. Exploring the ecological validity of evidence disclosure models in interviews with suspects
    2. Brackmann, N., Lau, S., & Habermeyer, E. Coercive measures in forensic inpatient treatment: a 9-year observational study
    3. Nahari, G. & Nisin, Z. Identifying deception strategy traces: New aspects of the Verifiability Approach
    4. Dando, C., Taylor, D., & Smyth, N. Actions speak louder than words: Rapport building, stress and episodic memory in forensic interviews.

10:30-11:30

Keynote Speaker 2: Geoffrey Reed.  The ICD-11 classification of mental and behavioural disorders: Changes of interest to forensic practitioners

12:30-13:30

Keynote Speaker3: Amina Memon.  Cognitive Interview: State of the science and future directions

16:00-18:00

Applied Session 3: Complex PTSD, a New Diagnosis: Implications for Forensic and Correctional Psychology. Virginia Barber

 

Oral Communications 7: Eyewitness identification & memory II (Lecture Hall 10)

  1. How does replicating a disguise in lineups affect eyewitness identification? Blandón-Gitlin, I., Barragan, J., Paquette, K., & Susa, K.
  2. Protecting Victim and Witness Statement: Examining the Effectiveness of a Chatbot that Uses Artificial Intelligence and a Cognitive Interview. Minhas, R., Shaw, J., & Elphick, C.
  3. The acculturation effect and eyewitness memory reports among sub-Sahara African migrants. Anakwah, N., Horselenberg, R., Hope, L., & Van Koppen, P.
  4. The Eyewitness Lineup Identification Stimulus Database. Ribbers, E., Rubínová, E., & Fitzgerald, R.
  5. Comparing the British Video Lineup with the 48-Person Lineup. Levi, A.
  6. Accelerating the evolution process to greatly improve identification of a facial composite. Frowd, C. D., Hancock, P. J. B., & Grieve, J. L.
  7. The effects of distance, light, and disguise on eyewitness identification accuracy. Nyman¸ T. J., Antfolk, J., LampinenJ. M., Korkman, J., & Santtila, P.
  8. Exploring individual variation in the size of the moving face recognition advantage. Lander, K.

09:00-10:30

Applied Session 2: Introducing the IOP-29: A Brief and Easy-to-Use Tool for Malingering-Related Evaluations. Luciano Giromini.

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 8: Victims & offenders II

  1. Treating intimate partner violence perpetrators: recidivism reduction after the CONTIGO program in the Azores. Capinha, M. & Rijo, D.
  2. Exploring the extent of rape myths in the United Kingdom. Hermolle, M., Andrews, S., & Fox, C.
  3. The Growing Pro-Social Program: Theory, contents, structure and outcomes with male young offenders. Brazão, N. & Rijo, D.
  4. Using Risk Perception to Explain Majority-Minority Differences in Trust in the Police. Hamm, J. A.
  5. Perpetrator strategies for sexually abusing children online. Joleby, M., Landström, S., Lunde, C., & Jonsson, L. S.
  6. Association between Childhood Polyvictimization and Suicide Ideation: Role of the Interpersonal Theory of Suicide. Hsieh, C., Cano, I., & Charak, R.
  7. Perceptions of individuals serving non-custodial sanctions regarding crime and sentences. Andrade, J., Gonçalves, R. A., & Rodrigues, A.

09:00-10:30

Symposium 4: Assessment and intervention in the juvenile justice system (Spanish)
Coordinates:
Xosé Antón Gómez-Fraguela
Participants:

    1. Cutrín, O., Maneiro, L., & Gómez-Fraguela, X. A. Juvenile Offenders’ Risk Assessment: VRAI protocol
    2. Maneiro, L., Cutrín, O., López-Romero, L., & Gómez-Fraguela, X. A. Risk profiles for antisocial behaviour in adolescents placed in residential care
    3. Argudo, A. & Gómez-Fraguela, X. A. Intervention with juvenile offenders in open regime
    4. Álvarez, S. & Arranz, M. Study of measure breach in juvenile offenders
    5. Valcarcel, A. & Rey, A. Community service in the Centro Trama Association

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 9: Forensic & risk assessment I

  1. Examination of Convergent and Predictive Validity of the START: AV Among Male Juveniles on Probation. Laurinavicius, A., Klimukiene, V., Laurinaityte, I., Ustinaviciute, L., & Baltrunas, M.
  2. Forensic assessments in Slovenia: The prevalent usage of questionable psychological tools. Areh, I.
  3. Communication with investigated parents in custody cases – standards and practices. Czerederecka, A.
  4. Thought suppression as an indicator of self-stigmatization among minor-attracted persons. Lievesley, R. & Harper, C.
  5. Prediction of aggressive behaviour inside of German forensic mental health institutions using a tree-based modelling approach. Neumann, M. & Klatt, T.
  6. Forensic mental health assessment and judicial decisions of guilt in the Netherlands: An experimental approach. Van Es, R., Keijser, J. & Kunst, M.
  7. Static Risk Factors in Sexual Offenders: The Predictive Validity Applying Machine Learning Algorithms. Etzler, S., Schönbrodt, F., Pargent, F., Eher, R., & Rettenberger, M.

09:00-10:30

Oral Communications 6: Credibility assessment

  1. General Theory of Deception: a unified theory of lie production, prevention and detection. Srour, C. & Py, J.
  2. Do perpetrator characteristics affect people’s judgment about rape cases? Huang, C. & Florence, H.
  3. The relationship between forensically relevant task demands and verbal performance. Maier, B. G., Schemmel, J., & Volbert, R.
  4. When Bad Things Happen to (Partially) Good People: The Plea Bargain Decisions of ‘Partially-Innocent’ Defendants. Cardenas, S. A., Sanchez, P. Y., & Kassin, S.
  5. Optimizing CBCA and RM Research on Detecting Deception. Sporer, S. L., Manzanero, A. L., Vallet, R., & Scott, T.

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 10: Decision-making I

  1. The Expert Persuasion Expectancy (ExPEx) Framework: What attributes influence the persuasiveness of expert opinions? Martire, K., Navarro, D., & Edmond, G.
  2. Perception of randomized security screening at airports. Stotz, T., Bearth, A., Ghelfi, S. M., & Siegrist, M.
  3. A statistical model to predict withdrawal of prosecution by victims of gender violence. Garcia-Jimenez, M. & Trigo, M. E.
  4. Psychosocial separation from abusive partners and victims’ risk of dropping the charges. Garcia-Jimenez, M. & Durfee, A.
  5. Does victims’ liberation from a violent relationship affect the moment of them dropping charges? Garcia-Jimenez, M. & Cala, M. J.
  6. Prostitution: Regulatory Stances and Morality. Bonache, H., Delgado, N., Pina, A., & Guevara, P.
  7. Climate Change: Legal Activism by Youth Inspires Agemates. Tipaldo, J., Sawhney, K., & Engle-Friedman, M.
  8. Juvenile Justice System Contact and Mothers’ Legal Knowledge. Cavanagh, C.

10:30-11:30

Written Communications 2: Deception, detection & malingering, & Miscellaneous

Deception, detection & malingering

  1. The cognitive load cumulative effect in a computer-based identity-check task. Capuozzo, P., Sartori, G., Zangrossi, A., & Scarpazza, C.
  2. The counter-interrogation strategies of honest and deceptive alibis. Sakrisvold, M., Luke, T. J., Mac Giolla, E., & Granhag, P. A.
  3. Observational Case Study: Connection between verbal and non-verbal behaviour during false and truthful story. Granados, O. & González, C.
  4. The effect of deceptive intentions and experience on specific hand gestures. Hillman, J. & Donovan, F.
  5. Deception and Constructivist Theory of Mind in school-aged children. Prodan, N., Moldovan, M., & Visu-Petra, L.
  6. Bilingualism and theory of mind. Implications for children’s deceptive behaviour. Cacuci, S. A., Prodan, N., Moldovan, M., & Visu-Petra, L.
  7. Malingering evaluation: A contrastive meta-analytic review of F and F-r scales. Gancedo, Y., Sanmarco, J.,  Seijo, D., & Fariña, F.
  8. Forensic assessment of temporary work incapacity: malingering of psychological symptomatology in the SCL-90-R. Vilariño, M., Amado, B. G., & Gallego, R.

 

Miscellaneous

  1. When there’s a will, there’s a way: restorative processes in prisons. Peleg- Koriat, I. & Weimann-Saks, D.
  2. The cooperation of Law and Psychology within the Family Law. Kim, S.
  3. Violence motivated by perception of the ethnic-racial identity: A systematic review protocol. Díaz-Faes, D. A.
  4. Emotional responses to male versus female sexual perpetration and relationship with rape myths in a community sample. Brazão, N., Carvalho, J., & Rosa, P. J.
  5. Therapeutic Alliance and Motivation for Change in intimate partner violence (IPM) perpetrators. Castro, A., Santirso, F. A., Terreros, E., Lila, M., & Gracia, E.
  6. Prison management impact on inmate misconduct: Hermosillo I prison case. Galindo, J. J.
  7. Long distance parenting: use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in relocation cases. Santirso, F. A., Castro, A., Lila, M., & Gracia, E.
  8. Improving proximal outcomes with motivational strategies in batterer intervention programmes: a randomized controlled trial. Arch, M., Fabregas, M., & Pereda, N.

11:30-12:00

Written Communications 2: Deception, detection & malingering, & Miscellaneous

Poster session with authors

12:30-13:30

Written Communications 3: Victims & Young Offenders

Victims

  1. Lifetime victimization and polyvictimization among a sample of adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Codina, M. & Pereda, N.
  2. Validation of the Obsessive Relational Intrusion – Victimization Short Form in Spanish college population. Cano-González, I., Viñas-Racionero, R., Charak, R., Soria-Verde, M. A., Scalora, M., & Del Campo, C.
  3. Adult outcomes of childhood victimization: anti-social behaviour, psychopathy and satisfaction with life. Fonseca, A.
  4. Study of psychological adjustment and victimization in a sample of adolescents. Gallego, R., Amado, B. G., Arias, E., & Vilariño, M.
  5. Adult memory reports of single versus repeated traumatic events in childhood. Seidel, J., Memon, A., Connolly, D., Meyer, T., & Brewin, C.

 

Young Offenders

  1. Student’s Offending (Secondary Education) in Cyprus: A pilot study. Middleton, C.
  2. Impulsivity and violence justification in young offenders who abuse their parents. Contreras, L. & Cano-Lozano, M. C.
  3. Contexts and levels of exposure to violence in child-to-parent violence offenders. Cano-Lozano, M. C. & Contreras, L.
  4. Gender based differences in stalking perpetration behaviors in a Spanish college sample. Del Campo, C., Viñas-Racionero, R., Cano-González, I., Soria-Verde, M. A., & Scalora, M.
  5. Justification of Violence and Security in the Family System as Predictors of Child-to-Parent Violence. Cantón-Cortés, D., Junco, M., & Ruiz, A.
  6. Relationship between child-to-parent violence, emotional intelligence and resilience. Navas-Martínez, M. J. & Cano-Lozano, M. C.
  7. Parents’ socialization strategies in child-to-parent violence: A comparison between young offenders and non-offenders. Navas-Martínez, M. J., Contreras, L., & Cano-Lozano, M. C.
  8. The role of Narcissism, Callous-Unemotional traits and Ambivalent sexism in explaining Child-to-Parent Violence. Cortina, H. & Martín, A. M.
  9. Family characteristics: Differences between young. Offenders Who Abuse Their Parents, general Offenders and Non-Offenders. Valdivia, R., Contreras, L., Jimenez-Garcia, P., & Cano-Lozano, M. C.

13:30–14:00

Written Communications 3: Victims & Young Offenders 

Poster session with authors