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Theresa Gannon

Professor Theresa Gannon

Director of the Centre of Research & Education in Forensic Psychology
Deputy Head of School
Professor of Forensic Psychology
Chartered Forensic Psychologist

Research grants

2014

T. Gannon
North London Clinic (Enterprise Award)
Good Lives Offender Rehabilitation Training

£1,050

2014

T. Gannon, C. Ó Ciardha & E. Alleyne
British Psychological Society (Enterprise Award)
Training on firesetting

£1,932.54

2014-2015

T. Gannon
Kent and Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust (Research Award)
Fire intervention programme for mentally disordered offenders

£24,748

2013-2016

T. Gannon
Kent and Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust (Research Award)
Development of a risk assessment tool for mentally disordered offenders

£27,422

2014-2015

T. Gannon
University of Kent Research Faculty Fund
Extending the evaluation and impact of a firesetting treatment programme for mentally disordered offenders

£4,202.46

2010-2011

T. Gannon
Kent and Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust (Enterprise Award)
Arson treatment programme development

£14,790

2011-2014

T. Gannon
ESRC
The development and evaluation of a treatment programme for firesetters

£563,311

2010-2012

T. Gannon, J. Wood, A. Pina, & E. Vasquez
Ministry of Justice (Tender Bid).
Evaluation of the Mandatory Polygraph Pilot. (SRG/09/015)

£324,417

 

T. Gannon
British Academy
Overseas conference attendance grant

£400

2008-2009

T. Gannon
Kent and Medway NHS & Social Care Partnership Trust (Enterprise Award)
Sexual offender treatment programme development

£13,042

2007

T. Gannon
Nuffield Foundation
Violent social information processing: An experimental study

£7,497

2006-2008

T. Gannon
ESRC
What were they thinking: The cognition of women sex offenders

£83,000

2006-2007

T. Gannon
British Academy
What were they thinking? Assessing adolescent offenders’ offence supportive cognition using picture recognition

£7,497

2004-2005

T. Gannon
Faculty of Science Small Grants Fund, VUW NZ
Linking thinking: What child molesters really think about children

$3,000

2004-2005

PI: Polaschek, D.; Co-I Gannon, T.
University Research Fund, VUW NZ
Assessing offence supportive beliefs in sex offenders

$20,100

2003-2004

PI: Polaschek, D.; Co-I Gannon, T.
University Research Fund, VUW NZ
Offence supportive beliefs in sex offenders

$19,800

1998-1999

T. Gannon
Home Office Research Development Fund
Experimental methods applied to sexual offending

£1,750

 

 

 

 

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