For further information or for copies of the Portuguese translation of the CAPP, please contact:

Rui Abrunhosa Gonçalves

Escola de Psicologia
Universidade do Minho
Campus de Gualtar
4710-057 Braga

Phone: +351 253 604267
E-mail: rabrunhosa@psi.uminho.pt

Rui Abrunhosa Gonçalves graduated in Psychology from the University of Porto, Portugal, where he also obtained his Master of Arts degree in Psychology of Deviant Behaviour. In 1997, he completed his PhD in Psychology of Justice at the University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, on psychopathy and adjustment to prison, while performing the validation of the PCL-R for the Portuguese population. He is currently an Associate Professor at the School of Psychology of the University of Minho.

He has presented and published, nationally and internationally, on the topics of correctional psychology, psychopathy, domestic violence, sexual offenders, risk assessment, and other aspects of violent behaviour and prison violence. His current research interests include psychopathy assessment, offender treatment, criminal behaviour and prison violence.

Maria Francisca Rebocho

University Fernando Pessoa
Praça 9 de Abril, 349
4249-004 Porto

Phone: +351 22 5071300-2306
Email: mfrebocho@ufp.edu.pt

Camilla is an authorised clinical psychologist in Denmark. She obtained an MSc and PhD at Glasgow Caledonian University and finished her studies in Denmark with distinction.

She has worked on various research studies during and after completing her PhD and is currently working at a psychiatric hospital, undertaking treatment of patients and conducting staff supervision. She is also supervising students conducting their MSc thesis at Copenhagen University.

Pedro R. Almeida

Neuropsychophysiology Laboratory
Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences
University of Porto
Rua Dr. Manuel Pereira da Silva
4200-392 Porto
P: +351 226079700 (ext. 301)
E: palmeida@fpce.up.pt

Pedro R. Almeida graduated in Psychology in 2006 and is currently a member and graduate student at the Neuropsychophysiology Laboratory at the University of Porto, Portugal.

His current research interests and PhD work include the use of central nervous system psychophysiological measures for the development of neurocognitive models of psychopathy.