IATSO Poster Award
The IATSO Poster Award is given to students (including graduate or Ph.D. students) at the biannual IATSO Conferences who are presenting outstanding posters as first-authors. The winners receive financial support.
The following students received the IATSO Poster Award at the 15th IATSO Conference in Vilnius, Lithuania:
1st place: Jelena Stevanovic (Austria) for her poster: Offence-supportive cognitions of Child Sexual Exploitation Material users: A validation study of the Internet Cognitions & Implicit Theories Evaluation Questionnaire
2nd place: Rebbecca Lievesley (UK) for her poster: Informing prevention: Building a picture of non offending individuals who self-identify as attracted to children
The following students received the IATSO Poster Award at the 14th IATSO Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark:
1st place: Andrew E. Brankley (Canada) for his poster: Cross-cultural validity of the STATIC-99R and STABLE-2007 risk tools: Results from a prospective Canadian field study
2nd place: Coralie Boillat (Switzerland) for her poster: Correlations of childhood trauma experiences with personality traits and sex offence-related behaviour in adult contact sex offenders
3rd place: Priscilla Gregório Hertz (Germany) for her poster: A cross-validation of the revised version of the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide (VRAG-R) using a sexual offender sample from Austria
The following students received the IATSO Poster Award at the 13th IATSO Conference in Porto, Portugal:
1st place: Daniel Turner (Germany) for his poster: Working with Children as a Risk Factor for Sexual offending - The Mediating Role of Pedophilic Interests, Antisocial Behavior, and Hypersexuality.
2nd place: Isabelle Boisvert (Canada) for her poster: Characteristics of Sexually Abused Children and Children Exhibiting Problematic Sexual Behaviors: Use of Variable- and Person-Oriented Approaches to Distinguish.