My current research interests cover offending, sensational interests, therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ), and aversive personalities. I have maintained my PhD based interest in sensational interests by co-authoring the first academic book on ‘feederism’, published by Palgrave in 2015. I have also recently delivered a conference presentation on TJ and forensic interviewing. I am actively looking to extend my interests in the TJ field with an international collaboration to allow greater cross-cultural understanding. Additionally, I am working with colleagues at the University of Edinburgh exploring aversive personality traits in medics (research to be submitted to the BMJ) and I was the Director of Studies for Kai Li Chung whose PhD focused on aversive personality traits.
Conference Experience 1: Kathy visits Japan