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MR COSTAS ANTONIOU

ASSOCIATE LECTURER IN PSYCHOLOGY


CAntoniou1@uclan.ac.uk

Qualifications

Master in Education Sciences – Educational Leadership and Administration (University of Nicosia, 2018)

Bachelor of Science (with Honors) Criminological and Forensic Psychology (University of Bolton, 2010)

Post – Graduate Certificate of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (University of Central Lancashire, 2017)

 

Specialization

Criminal Psychology, Forensic Psychology

 

Employment Track

Associate Lecturer in Psychology, UCLan Cyprus (2015 – Present)

Lecturer, Intercollege Larnaca (2010 – 2015)

Program Coordinator of Pearson SRF BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Criminology and Psychology, Intercollege Larnaca (2014 – 2015)

Admissions Officer (Part-Time), University of Nicosia online (2013 – 2015)

 

Memberships (Academic/Professional)

  • Member of Cyprus Society of Criminology

 

Research Interests

  • Corruption in Law Enforcement Units;
  • Interviewing Suspects;
  • Detecting Deception;
  • Organized Crime;
  • Terrorism;
  • Prison Education

 

Roles and Responsibilities (including past roles and responsibilities)

Teaching and Course Leadership 

  • Module Leadership/Delivery (UCLan Cyprus): PS4801- Psychology and the Legal System, PS4802- Personal Attributes of Offenders and Victims, PS4805- Psychology, Investigation and the Courtroom, PS1710-Foundations in Psychology, PS1720-Understanding Behavior, PS1040-Current Topics in Psychology- I, PS1045-Current Topics in Psychology-II, PS1610 – Evolutionary Psychology , PS2020- Social and Developmental Psychology, PS2800 – Forensic Psychology, PS3015 – Crime: Impact and Consequences
  • Past Module Leadership/Delivery: Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Criminology, Psychology for Health and Social Care, Developmental Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Crime and the Media, Crime and Safer Societies, Criminal Investigation Methods, Criminal Investigation Practise, Work Experience, Crime and Prevention, General Psychology I, General Psychology II, Office Behaviour, Personal Development, Criminal Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Criminal Investigation, Evolutionary Psychology and Biological Psychology

Administrative Roles

  • Elected Member, UCLan Cyprus Senate (2018 – Present)

 

Selective Conference and Seminar Presentations 

  • Police Deviance: An approach from a forensic psychological perspective’ (2016) – FBI Cyprus National Academy Associates: Seminar ‘Combating Corruption in Law Enforcement Units’

 

Supervision of Projects/PhDs

  • E. (2017): Students’ perceptions towards male victims of domestic abuse. A case study in Cyprus