Ross Bartels

Ross Bartels is a lecturer in Forensic Psychology at the University of Lincoln. Ross gained his BSc in Psychology from Staffordshire University, where he formed his research interest in forensic psychology. He went on to receive his MSc in Forensic Psychology from the University of Kent, where he then stayed for a further year as a Research Assistant (researching distorted cognition and evaluating an offender resettlement programme). Following this, he gained gained PhD at the University of Birmingham. His doctoral research involved investigating distorted cognition, deviant sexual interests, and sexual fantasies in forensic and community populations using a cognitive framework. This included developing a theoretical model of deviant sexual thoughts and sexual fantasising. His current research focuses on investigating these issues further. His research interests include: deviant sexual interests, distorted cognition, forensic psychology and sexual offenders.

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Credits: University of Lincoln

Published: 02 October 2015

Last update: 31 October 2016

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