Qualifications: BSc – Psychology (Honours)
Bio: Mathew Gullotta completed his Bachelor in Psychology with Honours in 2012, and is currently completing his Masters in Psychology (Forensics). With a passion for research as well as clinical practice, Mathew is currently employed in a randomised control trial looking at reducing acts of impulsive violence in male offenders using a SSRI. He also works in a therapeutic capacity with offenders (including violent and sexual offenders) under the supervision of senior psychologists. As part of his studies, Mathew has completed thesis entitled: The Mental Health of Sex Offenders Incarcerated in New South Wales submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Psychology (Forensics). This thesis was completed as part of the Justice Health Research Program at the University of New South Wales. Lie to me: The relationship between deception and it’s detection with emotional intelligence submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science – Psychology (Honours). This thesis was completed in conjunction with the Perception in Action Research Centre at Macquarie University.