Lecturer in Criminology
Mary Aiken is CyberPsychologist, and Research Fellow at the School of Law, Middlesex University. Mary has a BA in Psychology, a M.Sc. in CyberPsychology and is currently completing the final year of her Ph.D. in Forensic CyberPsychology at Middlesex. She is a Fellow at the US IBM Network Science Research Center, a collaboration among scholars and researchers from IBM, MIT, Harvard University, Brown University and Columbia University. She is the Director of the RCSI CyberPsychology Research Centre.
Mary's research at Middlesex University focuses on virtual criminal profiling and cyber behavioural analysis. She is presently participating in Child Safety Online research programs with a number of police forces worldwide, including the London Metropolitan Police, the Australian Federal Police and the Los Angeles Police Department. Mary is currently leading an international research project in conjunction INTERPOL. She is involved in several research areas including, cyber reporting of crime, human trafficking & technology, cyberbullying, cyberstalking, virtual behavioural profiling and cyberchondria. Mary is an experienced speaker, with an active interest in researching human behaviour impacted by technology. She has published and spoken internationally on this topic.
Mary is an official Observer to the INTERPOL Specialists Group on Crimes against Children.
Peer reviewed publications
For a list of publications visit Mary's RCSI profile page.
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