Members

 

Dr Ross Bartels Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psych & FCRG Lead.
My research focuses on using socio-cognitive measures and paradigms to examine processes underlying and associated with deviant sexual thoughts, fantasies, and cognitions.
Todd HogueProfessor Todd Hogue Professor of Forensic Psychology.
My main research is related to sexual offenders including; measures of risk and clinical change; the impact of individual differences and personality disorder; measuring deviant sexual interest and arousal; and attitudes toward sexual offender and reintegration into society.
Amanda RobertsDr Amanda Roberts Reader in Forensic and Clinical Psychology.
My current research examines the risk factors for antisocial behaviour, addiction, violence, pathological gambling, smoking and extensive pornography use.
Hannah MerdianDr Hannah Merdian Principal Lecturer in Forensic/Clinical Psych.
My research interests are offenders who use child sexual exploitation material and their offence characteristics. I’m also interested in sexual deviancy and its assessment concerning criminal and non-criminal populations.
Aidan HartDr Aidan Hart Senior Lecturer in Clinical and Forensic Psychology
My specialist areas of research and teaching include risk assessment, the assessment and treatment of offenders, mental health, Behavioural Theory, Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy, Sexual Offenders, and Acceptance and Commitment therapy.
Georgina GousDr Georgina Gous Lecturer in Forensic Psychology.
My main research examines how variations in voice can affect recognition and perceptions of the speaker, and how this can inform forensic practice (e.g., the errors that can arise in witness testimony when a person disguises their voice).
Michelle SmithMichelle Smith Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology
My areas of research interest include trauma and resilience in both offender populations and forensic staff, personality disordered offenders, and female offenders, .
Rachael DagnallRachael Dagnall Lecturer in Forensic Psychology.
My research interests include occupational stress amongst staff working in high-stress environments and how to increase resilience within such populations. I also specialise in the assessment and treatment of offenders, personality disorder, learning disability, and rehabilitative cultures within prison environments.
Tochukwu OnwuegbusiDr Tochukwu Onwuegbusi Lecturer in Forensic Psychology.
My research focuses mainly on developing implicit/eyetracking measures for forensic assessment (e.g., sexual interest), attitudes to sexual offenders (ATS), amongst others.
Mark GresswellDr Mark Gresswell Programme Director – DClinPsy.
Interested in multiple sequential functional analysis of offender behaviours.
Dave DawsonDr Dave Dawson Research Clinical Psychologist – DClinPsy.
Interested in the application of psychological theory to real-world behaviour and undertaken investigations in a number of areas of applied clinical and health research.
Nima MoghaddamDr Nima Moghaddam Research Clinical Psychologist – DClinPsy.
Interested in the application of psychological theory to real-world behaviour and undertaken investigations in a number of areas of applied clinical and health research.
 Jenna BroughDr Jenna Brough Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology.
Jenna Brough is a part-time Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology in College of Social Science. She is also a Principal Clinical Psychologist working in the NHS.
 Kamila IrvineDr Kamila Irvine Lecturer in Psychology.
My research interests include body image, particularly perceptual body image, and body representation in the context of eating and body pathology, as well as the effects of victimisation on body perception.
Phil WillmotDr Phil Willmot Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology
I am a Consultant Forensic and Clinical Psychologist in the Men’s Personality Disorder Service at Rampton Hospital. My specialist areas include personality disorder, violent and criminally diverse serious offenders, and schema therapy.
Charlotte WessonCharlotte Wesson PhD researcher and Teaching Assistant.
My research focuses on human sexuality, including deviant sexual interest, and the methods used to study this.
Greg Westerman-HughesGreg Westerman-Hughes PhD Researcher.
Melanie St John-HoweMelanie St John-Howe PhD Researcher. Investigating the factors that mediate the link between sexual fantasising and sexual behaviour.
Elizabeth DeehanElizabeth Deehan PhD Researcher. Investigating the nature and correlates of somnophilia and dormaphilia.