Criminal Psychology Research Group

The Criminal Psychology Research Group focuses on understanding the different aspects of criminal behaviour and it’s psychological factors that contribute to it. The research group is involved in the development of education in criminal psychology.  The research group aims to conduct research to identify the psychological, social and environmental factors and triggers that contribute to criminal behaviour. Research topics include the development and improvement of methods for investigative support profiling and risk assessment, victimology, recidivism prevention, forensic assessment in an interdisciplinary framework, in collaboration with legal, law enforcement, crime prevention and victim support organisations. 


Zsuzsa Kaló Head Of Research Group, Habil. Associate Professor
Phone/ext.: + (36-1) 461-2600 / 5640
Room: 108


Zsuzsanna Koday Research Group Member, PhD Student
Anna Magi Research Group Member, Lecturer
Phone/ext.: + (36-1) 461-2600 / 5628
Room: 416