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  • Thesis on Interviewing Guilty Suspects

    [27 Sep 2019] An important focus within Legal Psychology is to establish empirically tested, non-coercive, ethical investigative interviewing techniques. The idea behind this thesis was to understand what determines various suspect behaviors in an investigative interview.

  • Psychology today 071119: Body image: Is It Getting Better?

    [14 Aug 2019] Body image differs for men and women across time, but improvement is possible.

  • New project measuring adaptability in police contexts

    [17 Jul 2019] Simon Oleszkiewicz, University of Twente, and Erik Mac Giolla, Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg have received funding from the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST) to develop a behavioural measure of adaptability relevant for police contexts.

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