RSVP Online by 22 July 2019.
Nil registration fee.
25 July 2019
ILSTE, Level 4, 229 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
& ZooM Video Conference
Professor Paul Frick is a Professorial Fellow at the Institute for Learning Sciences & Teacher Education. He will present a summary of his research investigating the different developmental pathways that can lead children and adolescents to display serious behavioral problems, including aggression. His work has particularly focused on one pathway that involves failures in the normal development of empathy, guilt, and other forms of prosocial emotions. He will summarize how his work has informed mental health diagnosis of children with severe behavior problems and how his work has led to more effective treatments for children and adolescents with serious behavior problems in mental health clinics, schools, and the juvenile justice system.
Paul Frick is the Roy Crumpler Memorial Chair in the Department of Psychology at Louisiana State University and Professor of Education and the Arts at the Institute for Learning Sciences & Teacher Education, Australian Catholic University. He has published over 200 manuscripts in either edited books or peer-reviewed publications and he is the author of 6 additional books and test manuals. A continuing line of Paul’s research focuses on understanding the different pathways through which youth develop severe antisocial behaviour and aggression and the implications of this research for assessment, treatment, and public policy. Paul was the President of the Society for the Scientific Study of Psychopathy (2009-2011) and the editor of the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2007-2011), the official journal of Division 53 of the American Psychological Association which is the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.