Participate In Our Research

You can participate in our research here! Both our staff and students conduct research into all aspects of forensic psychology. Sometimes this includes using online surveys to gather anonymous data. This page hosts our current online projects, if you are interested in participating click the links to go directly to the surveys. All projects have …

Dr Vincent Egan discusses the International Congress on Applied Psychology conference

Dr Vincent Egan, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at the Centre for Forensic and Family Psychology (University of Nottingham), was invited to speak at the International Congress on Applied Psychology (ICAP) conference in a symposium on sadism. The ICAP conference The ICAP conference was held in Montreal over five very hot days in late June, 2018; one …

Publishing research – tips for publishing your first article in Psychology

Publishing research Publishing your first paper in psychology is naturally daunting but hugely rewarding. Publishing research allows you to share your work with the world. You can have a real impact on theory and practice. It will also help your career and employment prospects. I am still early in my research career, but I have …

Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and offending behaviour

Sharing postgraduate research with professionals from the national autistic society Omer Linenberg (DForenPsy trainee) discusses sharing her research into Pathological Demand Avoidance and offending with professionals from the National Autistic society at Robert Ogden School. The day was sunny as I walked up the lane to the Robert Ogden School in Rotherham. It’s a very …