Afroditi is a Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, Chair of the University Harassment Contact Network and Staff Equality Representative in the School of Psychology.
Afroditi conducts research in forensic and social psychology that fits within the areas of sexual violence, gender equality and victimisation. She is interested in examining the psychological explanations for people’s attitudes and behaviours that pertain to the topics outlined below:
SP805 Psychology of Criminal Conduct
Current research students
Grants and Awards
|2014||Cameron, L., Pina, A., Calogero, R. & Sutton, R.|
Children's experiences of gender: Literature review and scoping study for the Office of the Children's Commissioner (May-July 2014).
"Watching me watching you" The development of a cyber-harassment proclivity scale.
University of Kent Social Sciences Faculty Small Grants Scheme (May 2014-May 2015)
|2014||Pina, A. |
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Internet Safety and Cyber-Harasssment Research.
School of Psychology Seed Fund (April 2014-April 2015)
|2013||Horvath, M., Alys, L., Massey, K., Pina, A., Scally, M. & Adler, J., |
A Rapid Evidence Assessment on the Effect that Access and Exposure
to Pornography has on Children and Young People. Office for the Children's Commissioner
OCC Inquiry into child sexual exploitation in gangs and groups (CSEGG)
Front-line care workers’ experiences of sexual harassment in secure units and
mental health hospitals in the South East of England.
University of Kent Social Sciences Faculty Small Grants Scheme
|2010-12||Gannon, T.A., Wood, J.L., Pina, A., & Vasquez, E.|
Ministry of Justice
Evaluation of the Mandatory Polygraph Pilot