CATS is a centre for research, practice and training in the domains of wellbeing, lifespan development, crime and victimisation and experiences online. Its focus is on both stress experience and resilience, both in-person and online. The Centre combines psychology and criminology with a focus on real life and online experience, as well as utilising a range of research methods including those online.
CATS provides research, both academic and applied, consultancy, practice training, media dissemination, continuing professional development, knowledge exchange and learning in a broad range of abuse and trauma-related topics across the lifespan, including with children, adolescents, adults and in older age.
Davidson, J., DeMarco, J., Bifulco, A., Bogaerts, S., Caretti, V., Aiken, M., Cheevers, C., Corbari, E,. Scally, M., Schilder, J., Schimmenti, A., Puccia, A. (2016) Enhancing Police and Industry Practice: EU Child Online Safety Project
Aiken, M., Davidson, J., Amann, P. (2016), 'Youth Pathways into Cybercrime'