Assessing Implicit Evaluations of Violence in Samples of Male Students, Offenders, Forensic Psychiatric Patients, and Community Members
We are recruiting forensic outpatients, as well as outpatients from the Anger Disorders Clinic to examine the relationship between violent thinking and behaviour. The aim is to advance the understanding of violent thinking, its assessment, and its role in violent behaviour. This study involves answering a computerized task which asks about the way you think about violence, your past behaviour, and how you may behaviour in future scenarios. You will also be asked to complete some response time measures. These measures will ask you to sort words into categories that are presented on the computer screen. The session occurs one time only and takes 45 min-1 hour to complete. You will be paid $20 in compensation.
This study examines the relationship between violent thinking and behaviour. Participation involves completing a computerized task that takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour.
18 years or older
Men who are currently forensic outpatients or outpatients from the Anger Disorders Clinic who have not been charged or convicted of a sexual offence.
The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research, affiliated with the University of Ottawa
1145 Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON
Sacha Maimone, PhD candidate
*This study is currently recruiting participants