Oral Presentations

Risk assessment
Chairs: Jérôme Endrass, Zürich; Han Spanjaard, Duivendrecht
The specificities of adolescent sex offenders: a comparison research with delinquents non-sex offenders and juvenile non-offenders
Ricardo Barroso, Vila Real
Juvenile risk assessment in secondary schools: “RASS” a new assessment tool – a preliminary study
Marco Zanoli, Modena
Implementation and quality Assurance of the LIJ, a Dutch instrument for assessment of juvenile delinquents
Han Spanjaard, Duivendrecht
Risk assessment and the impact of risk and protective factors in adolescence and early adulthood
Han Spanjaard, Duivendrecht
Juvenile offenders: risk factors and psychopatic traits
Ugo Sabatello, Rome
Improving the prediction of criminal recidivism by exploring information of crime scenes in juvenile homicidal offenders
Katharina Schultebraucks, Berlin
APS-I, Assessment of Parental Skills Interview: a new instrument for clinical and forensic evaluation
Laura Volpini, Rome
Crovitz test: Italian adaptation and standardization for children
Sara Agosta, Rovereto
The effects of suggestionability: the influence of age, exposure time and type of recall
Tiziana Magro, Padova

Ethnic and gender aspects
Chairs: Theo Doreleijers, Duivendrecht; Cornelia Bessler, Zürich
Sex differences in delinquent behaviour across adolescence
António Fonseca, Coimbra
Characteristics of children with police contacts of different ethnic groups in the Netherlands
Marcia Adriaanse, Duivendrecht
Risk profiles of Moroccan and native Dutch male adolescents in pre-trial detention in The Netherlands
Violaine Veen, Leiden
Assessing the risk of violence in Portuguese juvenile offenders at educational centers: a comparison between genders
Ana Castro Oliveira, Porto
European comparative analysis and knowledge transfer on mental-health resources for young offenders (MHYO)
Agustina Ramos Gutiérrez, Brussels

Neurobiology and neurodevelopmental aspects
Chairs: Christina Stadler, Basel; Andrea Ludolph, Ulm
Longitudinal relationships between autonomic nervous system parameters and disruptive behaviors in delinquent male adolescents
Marjan de Vries-Bouw, Duivendrecht
Empathy for pain – Is the motor cortex involved?
Anne Kröger, Frankfurt
The longitudinal relation between the Cortisol Awakening Response and antisocial behavior in general population adolescents
Evelien Platje, Duivendrecht
Increased activated T cells in maltreated children: data from a pilot study
Hannes Bielas, Zurich
Enhancing fear conditioning in adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders: a functional MRI study
Koen van Lith, Duivendrecht

Risk factors and risk assessment
Chairs: Elena Dozortseva, Moscow; Thomas Grisso, Worcester, MA
Pathways to care: improving prison mental health screening practices by understanding the factors affecting problem recognition
Paul Mitchell, Manchester
The predictive validity of the Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version (PCL:YV) for recidivism in Dutch adolescents – a ten year follow-up
Jamie Sluijs, Duivendrecht
A multidimensional approach to the assessment of cognitive behavioral risk factors for school underachievement
Daniel Rijo, Coimbra
Assessing the risk of imminent aggression in young offenders admitted to a high secure adolescent forensic psychiatric unit, using the Dynamic Appraisal of Situational Aggression: Youth Version (DASA:YV)
John Kasinathan, Sydney
Violence risk assessment in forensic mental health evaluations of youth: clinical and predictive aspects
Iris Berends, Amsterdam

Session title: Media, gambling and aggressive behavior in adolescents and young adults
Chairs: Marc Allroggen, Ulm; Jens Hoffmann, Darmstadt
Violent online identity and severe targeted violence: the Jokela School shooting case in Finland
Atte Oksanen, Helsinki
Predictors of exercising physical violence among Cologne students
Michael Klein, Köln
Associations between pathological gambling and delinquent behavior among adolescents: results from a German representative survey
Sebastian Giralt, Mainz
The potential risk of students’ aggression – recognize and deal with it!
Marc Allroggen, Ulm
Perpetrators and victims in an age of cyberbullying, cyberstalking and sexting: clinical implications from research
Richard Church, Southall
Risk assessment for students threats of school shooting
Jens Hoffmann, Darmstadt

Interventions and models of care
Chairs: Sue Bailey, London; Renate Schepker, Ravensburg
Deriving a model of care for an Australian high secure adolescent forensic psychiatric unit
John Kasinathan, Sydney
Six years on: a prospective cohort study of male juvenile offenders in secure care
Prathiba Chitsabesan, Manchester
Young offenders at the forensic psychiatry in Germany – description of an unknown sample
Elena Hupp, Berlin
Program integrity and recidivism: quality assurance as the key to effective interventions
Han Spanjaard, Duivendrecht
Differences in police re-arrest and victimization between subgroups of first-time childhood arrestees
Lieke van Domburgh, Zutphen
Functional family therapy in The Netherlands
Marie-Christine Van Der Veldt, Duivendrecht
Experiences of a developing differentiated multistage treatment concept in adolescent-forensic treatment on the outcome-expectations of young forensic patients
Falk Burchard, Marsberg

ADHD, conduct disorders and developmental issues
Chairs: Michael Rösler, Homburg; Christina Stadler, Basel
Anger and emotional regulation compared to the other psychological difficulties at clinical work: thinking about the prediction and early prevention of violence
Naim Fanaj, Prizren, Kosovo
The Zappelphilipp-Project: first results from a home-based early prevention program for children with ADHD and conduct disorder
Sarah Hohmann, Mannheim
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and recidivism in German young adult offenders – results from a prospective study
Lena Grieger, Braunschweig
Low self control and antisocial behaviour in adolescents and young adults
António Fonseca, Coimbra
The minimum age of criminal responsibility – an international perspective
Enys Delmage, Northampton
Where are they coming from? A descriptive examination of childhood and adolescence from high risk offenders with FTA-Indication
Julia Sauter, Berlin

Family, attachment and personality
Chairs: Susanne Schlüter-Müller, Frankfurt am Main; Frank Häßler, Rostock
Promoting socially adjusted trajectories in children and adolescents: family and sociodemographic conditions as protective factors
Alice Morgado, Coimbra
Teenage mothers as victims and offenders
Stephanie Bohne-Suraj, Rostock
Family Assessment Risk Structured Interview
Diamantino Santos, Coimbra
Child (sexual) abuse: prevalence, disclosure and psychosocial consequences
Judith Oelschläger, Regensburg
Strike when the iron is cold: non-violent resistance and reducing aggression on (psychiatric) wards
Kirsten van Gink, Duivendrecht
Biopsychosocial features of 30 consecutive Turkish pediatric sexual abuse victims
Yesim Taneli, Bursa