LAW-TRAIN Symposium at EAPL
Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law
From 28th to 31st May, the Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law took place in Mechelen, Belgium on the subject of “Breaking new grounds in Psychology and Law: Futuristic or imminent?” The scientific program addressed the key issues that arise from machine learning and the prediction of future behaviour, psychology and law in a digital world, intercultural psychology and law.
Researchers and practitioners from Europe and other parts of the world were invited to share their recent scientific work and field experience concerning new challenges faced by the society, such as human trafficking, terrorism, and cybercrime.
KU Leuven organised a symposium about LAW-TRAIN with the title “Virtual training of (transnational) police investigation and interviewing”.
Emma Jaspaert from KU Leuven gave a presentation about the methodology of the project, Galit Nahari from BIU presented the Virtual Suspect and the interaction between trainee and suspect and Diogo Rato from INESC-ID talked about computerised measurement of elements to differentiate in the quality of the interview.
European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL) Website
Find out more about the Conference here.
The whole programm can be downloaded here.