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Neural markers of antisocial behaviour in offenders and their relationship with risk-factors of offending
The relationship between neural integrity and offending patterns has been increasingly evaluated to better understand the mechanisms that predispose towards offending behaviours. While this work has made inroads into ...
Parents’ perceptions of their children’s lie telling in the context of sibling relationships
Familial influences on children’s deception are understudied. This thesis examined children’s lie telling in the context of sibling relationships by surveying parents on the types of lies told by children in the sibling ...
#RodneyReed: a content and thematic analysis of a trending innocence campaign
Having spent 23 years (and counting) on death row for a murder conviction which is believed to be wrongful, Rodney Reed’s innocence campaign was shared on social media by celebrities, news organizations, and the public ...
What lies beneath: an examination of the underlying components of deception detection
Little is known about the underlying components that are responsible for the processes involved with decision-making in deception detection. Throughout this dissertation, I explored previous (mis)conceptions about ...
Improving understanding of rape proclivity
The current dissertation included three studies that together aimed to improve understanding of rape proclivity as a potential construct related to sexual violence. In the first study, participants' understanding of the ...