June 4th, 2021, NYU Shanghai Prof. Pekka Santtila will begin a series of legal psychology lectures including Offender profiling and Deception detection remotely via the "Zoom" platform. Prof. Santtila, who serves as the Co-Director of the NYU-ECNU Institute for Social Development and Area Head of Social Sciences at NYU Shanghai, has been affiliated with a number of universities.
Prof. Santtila is Professor of Psychology at NYU Shanghai; a Global Network Professor, NYU. Previously, he was Professor of Applied Psychology and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Psychology and Theology at the Åbo Akademi University in Finland.
His research is focused on legal and forensic psychology with a particular interest in investigative issues and forensic sexology. His current research projects focus on improving the quality of forensic interviews with children and establishing the maximum distance and minimum lighting conditions during a crime event that allow a later correct identification by a witness. His research interests include: the effects of abuse experiences and how decisions are made in abuse investigations.
Lectures will be held in English via "Zoom" platform.
Those interested in attending should register here.
- Lecture: Eyewitness identification, 2021-06-04; 15.00-16.30
- Lecture: Eyewitness memory, 2021-06-05; 10.00-11.30
- Lecture: Offender Profiling, 2021-06-10; 15.00-16.30
- Lecture: Deception Detection, 2021-06-11; 15.00-16.30
- Lecture: Child Sexual Abuse, 2021-06-12; 10.00-11.30
- Lecture: Child Forensic Interviewing, 2021-06-17; 15.00-16.30
- Lecture: Investigative Interviewing, 2021-06-18; 15.00-16.30
- Practical Workshop: Discussion of Student Research Topics, 2021-06-19; 10.00-11.30
- Lecture: Biases in Judicial Decision-making, 2021-06-24; 15.00-16.30
- Lecture: Dangerousness Assessment of a Transgressor, 2021-06-25; 15.00-16.30
For additional info about the lectures, write: firstname.lastname@example.org
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