Personal profile

Biography

Dan joined the University of Huddersfield in 2012 where he is now a Professor of Criminal Psychology, Co-Director/PI of None in Three Research Centre, and Director of Quantitative Research Methods Training Unit (QRM-TU). He has extensive international experience of working in forensic settings, including maximum security prisons for recidivistic violent offenders. He is a founding Editor of Journal of Criminal Psychology (Editor-in-Chief 2010-2015), Associate Editor of Frontiers in Psychology (Forensic and Legal) and Deviant Behavior. He is also an editorial board member of Journal of Criminal Justice, PLOS ONE, Polish Psychological Bulletin, and Current Issues in Personality Psychology. Dan is a reviewer for grant applications submitted to the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), Medical Research Council (MRC), Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), and National Science Centre (NCN-Polish Government Fund). He was invited to review professorial promotion applications in European and African universities. He is a recipient of Rector’s Research Award 2017 (Poland) for his overall contribution to psycho-criminology research. Together with colleagues, he received Albert Ellis Award for Research 2014 and Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013. Dan was appointed to advisory board of ‘CONTEXT’ (Collaborative Network for Training and Excellence in psycho-traumatology) project funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 scheme (€3.3 million). 

Research Expertise and Interests

Dan currently collaborates with a number of prison services around the world. He is the author of the Integrated Psychosocial Model of Criminal Social Identity (IPM-CSI) and a new model of psychopathy (Psychopathic Personality Traits Model – PPTM). Dan is also an experienced quantitative research methodologist with special interest in survey design, psychometric validation of measures, experimental/quasi experimental design, and advanced multivariate statistics. Dan’s research and publications include psychopathy, criminal social identity and criminal thinking styles, mental health in prisons, homicidal behaviour, recidivism and prisonization, violence against women and children, and child abuse and neglect.

Funded Projects:

None in Three (China, India, Jamaica, Uganda) - funded byThe Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) / Research Councils UK Collective Fund (Co-Director & Principal Investigator) - £4.3 million

None in Three UK – funded by URF (Co-Applicant & Work Package Leader) - £300,000

None in Three (Barbados and Grenada) - funded by European Union (Co-Applicant & Work Package Leader) - €400,000

Prevalence and variation in antidepressant prescribing across Northern Ireland – funded by ESRC (Co-Investigator) - £136,971

Study on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices on Violence against Children in Tanzania – funded by UNICEF (Co-Applicant) - $282,082

Interpersonal violence against women and children among national prison sample in Poland – partially funded by Polish Prison Service, University of Huddersfield, and University of Chester (Principal Investigator) - £6,000

Reporting child sexual abuse among childcare professionals – funded by University of Chester Research Grant Scheme in 11/2015 (Co-Investigator) - £2,270

Investigating Criminal Thinking Styles in Maximum Security Prisons – partially supported by Polish Prison Service (Principal Investigator)

QRM-TU Statistical courses (PI) - £11,370

Other income: Statistical consultancies for projects funded by Economic and Social Research Institute, Research and Innovation Centre, The Honourable the Irish Society, Family Support Agency, and Office of the Minister for Children, and Invited External Statistical Courses – approx. £50,000

Research Degree Supervision

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Keywords

  • Psychopathy
  • Intelligence and Emotional Response
  • Psychopathy in Prison Population
  • Psychology of Homicide
  • Personality and Crime
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Gender Based Violence and Abuse
  • Criminal Social Identity
  • Criminal Cognitions
  • Criminal Psychology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Criminology

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Projects 2016 2021

Ni3: None in Three

Jones, A., Ma, M. E., Trotman Jemmott, E., Da Breo, H., Gibbs, G., Boduszek, D., Debowska, A., Tannis, D., Rose, L. R., Joseph, D., Kirkman, G. & Buckmire, T.

1/03/1628/02/18

Project: ResearchEU Government

Research Output 2011 2018

2 Citations

Can We Use Hare’s Psychopathy Model within Forensic and Non-Forensic Populations?: An Empirical Investigation

Debowska, A., Boduszek, D., Dhingra, K., Sherretts, N., Willmott, D. & DeLisi, M. 2018 In : Deviant Behavior. 39, 2, p. 224-242 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hares
Self Report
Population
Prisons
construct validity

Evaluating service user pedagogy in UK higher education: Validating the Huddersfield Service User Pedagogy Scale

Tobbell, J., Boduszek, D., Kola-Palmer, S., Vaughan, J. & Hargreaves, J. Apr 2018 In : Nurse Education Today. 63, p. 81-86 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Teaching
Students
Education
Curriculum
education
Open Access
Prisoners
prisoner
parents
Parents
imprisonment

Introduction and Psychometric Validation of the Prison Personnel Trauma Measure (PPTM)

Woodfield, R., Boduszek, D. & Willmott, D. 17 Apr 2018 (Accepted/In press) In : European Journal of Trauma & Dissociation.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Prisons
Psychometrics
Wounds and Injuries
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders
Anxiety

Introduction and Validation of the Juror Decision Scale (JDS): An Empirical Investigation of the Story Model

Willmott, D., Boduszek, D., Debowska, A. & Woodfield, R. 4 Apr 2018 In : Journal of Criminal Justice. 57, p. 26-34 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Decision Making
Process Assessment (Health Care)
Aggression
Self Report
Statistical Factor Analysis

Activities 2010 2018

Frontiers in Psychology (Journal)

Boduszek, D. (Member of editorial board)
2018

Activity: Editorial work

Psychology of Gangs

Boduszek, D. (Keynote speaker)
8 May 2018

Activity: Invited talk

Psychopathy and Sexual Abuse

Boduszek, D. (Speaker)
11 Dec 2017

Activity: Invited talk

Profiling Psychopaths in Prison and General Populations

Boduszek, D. (Speaker)
22 Apr 2017

Activity: Oral presentation

IV International Congress of Forensic Psychiatry

Boduszek, D. (Chair)
21 Apr 2017

Activity: Participating in a conference, workshop, ...