Keynote Address

 

"Psychological profile of psychopathy in criminal and non-criminal populations". 33rdPsyPAG Annual Conference, Huddersfield, UK (28 July, 2018).

"Latent profile analysis of psychopathy traits among prison, children, university students, and general population". 3rd International Psychiatry Congress organised by European Psychiatry Association (21-22 April, 2017)

 

"Identity as a criminal (Criminal Social Identity Theory)" – 2nd Conference on Psycho-Criminology, Katowice, Poland (08-09 March, 2017)

 

"Profiling psychopathy in prison and general population". 13th International Symposium on Forensic Psychiatry, Wismar, Germany (02-04 September, 2016)

 

"The new model of psychopathy: Validation in prison population". 3rd National Conference on Dissociative Disorders organised by University of Warsaw (22 May, 2016)

 

"The new model of psychopathy: Directions for future research and evaluation of psychopaths". 2nd International Forensic Psychiatry Congress organised by European Psychiatric Association (EPA) (15 April, 2016)

 

"Psychopathic tendencies among serial killers" – 1st Conference on Psycho-Criminology, Katowice, Poland (15/03/2016).

 

"Psychopathy and its implications for the general and prison population?" - XII Zjazd Polskiego Stowarzyszenia Psychologii Społecznej, Lodz, Poland (3-6/09/2015) 

 

 

Invited Public Lectures/Talks

 

"Evaluating Jesse’s Impact: Experimental assessment of attitudinal-behavioural change among children" (Invited Talk). A None-in-Three Conference: Engaging Children in Violence Prevention, Radisson Grenada Beach Resort, Grenada (16/01/2018)

 

"Psychopathy and sexual abuse" (Invited Talk), the United States Air Force - The Sexual Assault and Prevention Response British Expert Learning Day, RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk: England (11/12/2017)

"A new method of profiling psychopathy" (Public lecture), Strefa Psyche, Poland (24/10/2017)

 

"Criminal Identity - prison perspective" (Public lecture), Strefa Psyche, Poland (09/03/2017)

 

"Profiling Population and Measuring Attitude Change among Children and Young People". None in Three Conference (Project Funded by European Union), Barbados (11/08/2016)

 

"Profiling criminal psychopaths – research perspective", Wroclaw, Poland (13/04/2016)

 

"The new model of psychopathy: validation in maximum security prisons" – University of Chester, United Kingdom (12/01/2016)

 

"Investigating Homicide - psychological Perspective" - Strefa Psyche, Katowice, Poland (28/10/2015)

 

"Psychopaths: Who are they? Are they all criminals?" - Wyzsza Szkola Psychologii Spolecznej in association with Strefa Psyche, Katowice, Poland (05/05/2015)

 

"Psychology of Homicide: from case study to prison research" - In the Psychologist’s Chair in association with The Irish Times), Dublin, Ireland (23/03/1015).

 

"Inside the Mind of a Psychopath" – National College of Ireland, IFSC, Dublin, Ireland (27/02/1014).

 

"Psychopathy and Criminal Behaviour: Research Perspective" – Wyzsza Szkola Bezpieczenstwa, Poznan, Poland (01/2014).

 

 

Invited Seminars

 

Inferential Statistics in SPSS – 1-day training seminar for the Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (03/07/2018)

Research Methods in Criminal Psychology: Experiments and forensic interviews – 1-day training seminar, True Blue Bay Hotel, Grenada (18/01/2018)

 

Descriptive, Inferential, and Multivariate Statistics – 1-day training seminar for the Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (06/06/2017)

Advanced Inferential Statistics in SPSS – 1-day training seminar for the Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (07/06/2016)

Structural Equation Modelling using AMOS – 2-day training seminar held at the University of Bedfordshire, UK. The training was developed for PhD students and early career researchers (16-17/05/2016).

 

Advanced Inferential Statistics in SPSS – 1-day training seminar for the Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (07/09/2015)

 

Confirmatory Factor Analysis & Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus - 2-day invited training course held in the University of Chester. The training was developed for staff members from Psychology Department (06/2015).

 

Moderation Analysis using SPSS and ModGraph - 1-day invited training course held in the University of Ulster. The training was developed for PhD students and Post-Doctoral researchers from health and human sciences (12/2013).

 

3rd SPSS and Advanced Research Methods Winter School in Dublin - 2-day training course held in the College of Computer Training (CCT), 30 - 34 Westmoreland St., Dublin 2. The training was developed for PhD students and Post-Doctoral researchers from a variety of academic fields including psychology, medicine, education, and sociology (02/2013).

 

Latent Growth Analysis Course - 2-day training course held in the University of Galway. The training was developed for senior researchers (12/2012).

 

Structural Equation Modelling Course for ESRI staff - 2-day training course in structural equation modelling held in the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin 2. The training was developed for senior researchers (02/2012).

 

2nd SPSS and Advanced Research Methods Winter School in Dublin - 2-day training course held in the College of Computer Training (CCT), 30 - 34 Westmoreland St., Dublin 2. The training was developed for PhD students and Post-Doctoral researchers from a variety of academic fields including psychology, medicine, education, and sociology (03/2012).

 

1st SPSS and Research Methods Winter School in Dublin - 2-day training course held in the City Colleges, Dame Street, Dublin 2. The training was developed for final year undergraduate and postgraduate students from psychology, sociology, and business (02/2012).

 

SPSS and Statistical Analysis Training Seminar -1-day training course for undergraduate and postgraduate University of Ulster students (12/2011).

 

 

Selected Conference Presentations 

 

Boduszek, D., Debowska, A., & Willmott, D. (2018, May). Is Female Psychopathy Linked with Child Abuse? 30th Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention, May 24-27, 2018, San Francisco, USA.

Willmott, D., Boduszek, D., & Debowska, A. (2018, May). The Role of Psychopathic Personality Traits in Juror Decision Making: A Latent Profile Analysis. 30th Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention, May 24-27, 2018, San Francisco, USA.

Debowska, A., Boduszek, D., & Willmott, D. (2018). The effect of a prosocial video game on young people’s responsiveness towards victims of domestic violence. 30th Association for Psychological Science (APS) Annual Convention, May 24-27, 2018, San Francisco, USA.

Sherretts, N., Boduszek, D., & Debowska, A. (2017). Differences on Psychopathic traits between Murderers, White Collar criminals and the General Offender Population in U.S. and Polish Prisons. The Stockholm Criminology Symposium, June 19-21, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden.

Debowska, A., Boduszek, D., Sherretts, N., Willmott, D., & Jones, A. (2017). Profiles and behavioural consequences of violence victimisation among male and female adolescents from the Caribbean. The Stockholm Criminology Symposium, June 19-21, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden.

Willmott, D., Boduszek, D., & Booth, N. (2017) The Predictive Ability of Psychological Constructs Upon Verdict Outcome: A Latent Profile Analysis of Juror Decision Making. Forensic Psychology in Canada Conference, 24-27 April 2017, Carleton University, Ottawa.

Sherretts, N. M., Boduszek, D., & Debowska, A. (2016). Period of incarceration and criminal social identity in a sample of adult inmates: The moderating role of psychopathy. The British Psychological Society - Division of Forensic Psychology (DFP) Annual Conference, June 14-16, 2016, Brighton, UK. 

Boduszek, D., Dhingra, K., & O’Connor, R. (2015). Differentiating Suicide Attempters from Suicide Ideators using the Integrated Motivational-Volitional Model of Suicidal Behaviour. IASR-AFSP International Suicide Conference, October 11-14, 2015, New York, USA.

 

Dhingra, K., Boduszek, D., & O’Connor, R. (2015). The Integrated Motivational-Volitional (IMV) Model of Suicidal Behaviour: A Structural Equation Modelling approach. IASR-AFSP International Suicide Conference, October 11-14, 2015, New York, USA.

 

Dhingra, K., Boduszek, D., & O’Connor, R. (2015). Distinguishing between those who think about suicide from those who attempt suicide. Research Institute for Health & Social Change Conference, July 1-2nd 2015, Manchester, UK.

 

Debowska, A., & Boduszek, D. (2015). The effect of male incarceration on rape myth acceptance. Society for Police and Criminal Psychology Conference, September 30, 2015, Atlanta, USA.

 

Debowska, A., & Boduszek, D. (2015). The effect of psychopathic traits and childhood exposure to violence on rape myth acceptance. The European Association of Psychology and Law Conference, August 4-7, 2015, Nuremberg, Germany.

 

Hyland, P., Maguire, R., Shevlin, M., & Boduszek, D. (2014, May). "Rational Beliefs as Cognitive Protective Factors against Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms". The 26th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention. (San Francisco, CA).

 

Bourke A., Kelleher C., Boduszek D., McBride O., & Morgan, K. (2013, January). Consequences of early heterosexual intercourse. Sex in Ireland: Recent research and policy implications (Dublin, Ireland).

 

Bourke A., Kelleher C., Boduszek D., McBride O., & Morgan, K. (2013, January). Experiences of crisis pregnancy in Ireland. Sex in Ireland: Recent research and policy implications. (Dublin, Ireland).

 

Bourke, A., Boduszek, D., Kelleher, C., McBride, O., & Morgan, K. (2012, September). Sex education, sexual debut and sexual outcomes in adulthood in Ireland. International Conference in Behavioural Medicine, (Budapest).

 

Boduszek, D. (2012, June). The Mediating Role of Criminal Social Identity in the Relationship between Criminal Friends and Criminal Thinking Style within a Sample of Recidivistic Prisoners. Division of Forensic Psychology BPS Annual Conference. (Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK).

 

Boduszek, D. (2012, May). SEM Model of Criminal Behaviour within a Sample of Recidivistic Prisoners. The British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch 2011 Annual Conference. (Killadeas).

 

Boduszek, D. (2012, May). An empirical investigation of mediating role of criminal friends in relationship between criminal attitudes and criminal behaviour within a prison violent sample. The British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch 2011 Annual Conference. (Killadeas)

 

Boduszek, D. (2012, June). What predicts recidivistic criminal behaviour? The role of the family, peer rejection and associations with criminal friends. The 8th North/South Irish Criminology Conference. (University College Dublin, Ireland).

 

Prentice, G., Boduszek, D., & McLaughlin, C. (2011, May). "The Role of Personality in Development of Criminal Thinking Style".  The 23rd Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention. (Washington, DC).

 

Boduszek, D. (2011, June). “Criminal Social Identity: The role of external factors and situation-  specific schemas”. The 7th North/South Irish Criminology Conference. (Sligo IT, Ireland, 21 - 23 June).

 

Prentice, G., Hyland, P., McLaughlin, C., & Boduszek, D. (2011, May). "Intentions to Participate in Counselling: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior". The 23rd Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention. (Washington, DC).

 

Boduszek, D. (2011, April). The Role of Criminal Social Identity in Development of Anti-Social Life Style. The 2nd Conference on Social Psychology in Ireland. (Limerick).

 

Boduszek, D. (2011, April). The Development of Criminal Social Identity: The role and meaning of multiple identities and contextual factors. The British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch 2011 Annual Conference. (Killadeas)

 

Boduszek, D. (2010, November). The Role of Antisocial Peers, Recidivism and Personality in Development of Criminal Attitudes of Ex-Offenders. The 40th Annual Psychology of Ireland Conference.

 

Boduszek, D. (2010, April). Criminal Attitudes of Adult Ex-Offenders with regard to Personality and Influence of Anti-Social Friends. The British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch 2010 Annual Conference.