Wednesday

17 July 2019

10:00 -11:30

Symposium 1:Complex Criminal Investigations: Pitfalls and Opportunities in Police Investigative Practice
Coordinates:
Alejandra De La Fuente Vilar
Participants:

  1. Tupper, N., Sauerland, M., Sauer, J., & Hope, L.  Multiple Perpetrator Identification Practices: A Survey of Identification Administrators.
  2. De La Fuente Vilar, A., Horselenberg, R., Landström, S., Strömwall, L. A., & van Koppen, P. J. Gaining Cooperation from Witnesses: An International Survey of Investigative Interviewers.
  3. Hoogesteyn, K., Meijer, E. H., Vrij, A. A Look at Police’s Use of Context Manipulation Techniques for Suspect Interviews.
  4. Wilson, L. Interpreting Violence: Concerns for Interpreter Emotional Bias in Investigative Interviews.
  5. Sumampouw, N. E. J., Otgaar, H., & de Ruiter, C. The Influence of Extra Information About Child Sexual Abuse Alleged Victim to Police Perceived Credibility and the Interview Plan
  6. Kontogianni, F., Hope, L., Taylor, P. J., Vrij, A., Gabbert, F.  Reliability and Credibility Judgements of Witness Reports: Single versus Repeated Events

11:30-12:00

OPENING CEREMONY

12:30-13:30

Keynote Speaker 1: Aldert Vrij. A paradigm shift in 30 years of deception research

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 2: Victims & offenders I

  1. Conditioning in the effectiveness of imprisonment. Friedrich, W.
  2. Ideographic Risk Factors for Domestic Violence Victimization and Associated Determinants of Help-Seeking. Hammond, L., Jalil, R., Harrison, N., & Brookes, M.
  3. Youth Knife-Crime in the UK. Hammond, L., Jalil, R., & Brookes, M.
  4. Inhibitors of disclosure in corroborated cases of child sexual abuse. Gewehr, E., Hensel, B., & Volbert, R.
  5. The Boundaries of Violence: Criminalising Coercive Control. McMahon, M. & McGorrery, P.
  6. Prevalence and predictors of verbal and indirect victimization among youths in short-term detention. Klatt, T.
  7. Exposure to IPV during childhood and the association with perpetration: Differences across gender. Cano-González, I., Cantu, J., Hsieh, C., Trujillo, O., Viñas-Racionero, R., & Charak, R.
  8. Stalking acknowledgment: How much do I need to suffer to be a stalking victim? Viñas-Racionero, R., Cano-González, I., Soria-Verde, M. A., & Scalora, M.

09:30-11:30

Applied Session 1:  Paraphilic Disorders in the ICD-11: Legal, policy, and forensic implications. Geoffrey Reed 

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 3: Deception detection & malingering I

  1. International Research with the Inventory of Problems-29 (IOP-29). Giromini, L. & Viglione, D. J.
  2. Social power and deception detection. Ulatowska, J. & Cislak, A.
  3. From Suspicion to Detection: People’s Strategies to Detect Deceit. Masip, J., Sánchez, N., & Jiménez, A. I.
  4. How People (Try to) Detect Deception in Everyday Life. Sánchez, N., Masip, J., & Herrero, C.
  5. Can healthy participants fake the eye movement disorders associated with schizophrenia? Warmelink, L., Ales, F., Giromini, L., Crawford, T., Polden, M., & Kelly, C.
  6. It hurts all the time: Symptom Stability Among Truth Tellers and Malingerers. Boskovic, I., Zwaan, L., & Merckelbach, H.
  7. Identifying sabotage preparations with Concealed Information Test: Mock crime pilot in the military context. Virtanen, T. & Simola, P.

10:00-11:30

Symposium 2: Violent crime and victimization: Portuguese studies and practices (Portuguese)
Coordinates:
Ana Cristina Neves
Participants:

    1. Neves, A. C. & Almeida, I. Beliefs about intimate partner violence: gender and generation effects
    2. Matias, A., Gonçalves, M., Soeiro, C., & Matos, M. Intimate Partner Violence homicide: risk factors and offenders gender differences
    3. Almeida, T. C. F. Childhood trauma victimization: Relationship with emotion regulation difficulties and self-esteem in a Portuguese sample
    4. Monteiro, S. Forensic assessment and clinical intervention in cases of sexual abuse – benefits of play activities
    5. Almeida, I., Quintas, J., Ventura, R., & Saavedra, R. Assessment Guidelines for Elder Domestic Violence (AGED)

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 4: Eyewitness identification & memory I

  1. Blind drunk? The effect of elevated levels of intoxication on eyewitness identification accuracy and confidence. Kneller, W. & Crossland, D.
  2. The impact of acute alcohol intoxication on mock-witness event memory and metacognitive control. Gawrylowicz, J., Scoboria, A., Teodorini, R., & Albery, I.
  3. The intoxicated co-witness: examining the effects of alcohol and discussion on autobiographical memory reports. Bartlett, G., Frings, D., Albery, I., & Gawrylowicz, J.
  4. Using general and eyewitness-specific metamemory assessments to estimate performance in multiple identifications. Saraiva, R., Hope, L., Horselenberg, R., & Van Koppen, P.
  5. Development and validation of the Eyewitness Metamemory Scale (EMS). Saraiva, R., Van Boeijen, I. M., Hope, L., Horselenberg, R., Sauerland, M., & Van Koppen, P.
  6. Intentional versus incidental encoding: An examination of tasking mock informants to remember. Nunan, J., Milne, R., Shawyer, A., Walsh, D., Dalton, G., & Stanier, I.
  7. Effects of writing in the Self-Administered Interview on recalling and retaining eyewitness memories. Matsuo, K. & Miura, H.

10:00-11:30

Oral Communications 1: Interviewing, interrogations & confessions I

  1. Question Types in Police Interviews With Homicide Suspects. Miller, K., Mattison, M., Wright, C., Bramwell, R., & Dando, C.
  2. Permissible practices in witness preparation. Airaksinen, H.
  3. Managing disclosure-costs in intelligence interviews. Neequaye, D. A. & Luke, T. J.
  4. Some psycho-social conditions of crimes committed by adult women sentenced for imprisonment. Has, A. & Rajtar, T.

16:00-18:00

Oral Communications 5: Criminal investigations

  1. The importance of the place: examining the relationship between facilities and juvenile delinquency. Trinidad, A., Vozmediano, L., & San Juan, C.
  2. Sex Trafficking: Blaming the Victim and Failed Prosecutions. Wiener, R.
  3. Imprisoned But Innocent: Wrongful Convictions and Imprisonments in Germany between 1990 and 2016. Rettenberger, M., Leuschner, F., & Dessecker, A.
  4. Targeting prison subculture by modifying occupational factors in correctional facilities. Stasch, J., Vogel, B. O., Voss, T., Dahle, K. P., & Sauter, J.
  5. Examining the link between adverse childhood experiences, psychopathy and crime. Cruz, A. R., Castro-Rodrigues, A., Cunha, A., Alves, V., & Gonçalves, R. A.
  6. Membership and identification with antisocial groups. A mixed study with Mexican prisoners. Pérez, B., García-López, E., Merchan-Rojas, L., & Álvarez-Escobar, B. S.
  7. Development and validation of the Good Lives Questionnaire. Harper, C., Lievesley, R., Blagden, N., Winder, B., Akerman, G., & Baumgartner, E.

12:30-13:30

Written Communications 1: Credibility assessment & Decision-making

Credibility assessment:

  1. Verification of the usefulness of the Criteria Based Content Analysis in Polish courts’ judgments. Wach, E. & Jaskiewicz-Obydzinska, T.
  2. The effect of true and false baseline statements on the accuracy of veracity judgements. Schemmel, J., Leve, M., & Volbert, R.
  3. Children’s testimonies: CBCA scores for truly experienced, partially fabricated and fully fabricated events. Lubane, I.
  4. Hindrances in the rehabilitation process after experiencing sexualised violence – The role of credibility assessment. Schoon, W. & Briken, P.
  5. Intimate partner batterers: Irrational beliefs, distorted thoughts and concealment. Arias, E., Vázquez, M. J., Selaya, A., & Fariña, F.

 

Decision-making:

  1. Dangerousness Judgments of Individuals Diagnosed with Schizophrenia: the Effect of Biased Media Formats. Hudson, G., & Machan, C.
  2. The study of suspicion: The interaction of suspicion with type of lie. Takiguchi, Y.
  3. Exploring Juvenile Offender Stereotypes’ Effect on Videoed Witness Credibility, Evidence Weighting & Guilt Judgments. Machan, C.
  4. Visualizing deliberation by the text-mining method through the comparing of multivariate analysis. Wakabayashi, K.
  5. Electrophysiological Evidence of Risk Decision Making in Violent Psychopathic Offenders. Liu, J., Wang, Q., & Zhang, Z.
  6. Sexual violence against women: Variables involved in judicial decision making. Camplá, X., Marcos, V., Fariña, F., & Arce, R.
  7. The burden of proof in sexual assault against adult women and their value in the Chilean criminal justice. Camplá, X., Cea, B., Deaño, A., & Jiménez, S.

13:30–14:00

Written Communications 1: Credibility assessment & Decision-making

Poster session with authors

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