Dr Katie Logos is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Criminology at Flinders University and the University of Adelaide. She was awarded her PhD in Psychology from Flinders University in 2020. Her thesis focused on unjust outcomes for adults on the autism spectrum during interactions within the criminal justice system, with this work leading to journal publication. Katie’s research interests include understanding behavioural factors underpinning criminal vulnerability for young people and individuals on the autism spectrum, and forensic decision making.
Katie is currently working on the Digital Youth Research Project (www.DigitalYouthReseach.org) – an Australian Research Council funded longitudinal study investigating youth pathways into cybercrime.
Doctor of Philosophy - Flinders University 2020
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) - Flinders University 2015
2019 - Academic Internship for Doctoral Students, Flinders University Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching
2018 - Research Student Conference Travel Grant, Flinders University
2016 - Australian Postgraduate Award
2014 - School of Psychology Summer Research Internship, Flinders University
2013 - Golden Key International Honour Society Member
2012 & 2015 - Chancellor's Letter of Commendation, Flinders University
Marker for Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) thesis
Lecturer for PSYC3236 - Forensic Psychology: Legal and Clinical 2019
Tutor and marker for PSYC2018 - Research Methods 2 2017, 2018 & 2019
Teaching Assistant for PSYC1106 - Research Methods 1 2017
Marker for PSYC2022 - Psychological Assessment and Measurement 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019
Marker for PSYC3236 - Forensic Psychology: Legal and Clinical 2018 & 2019
Marker for PSYC7007 - Applications of Psychology (Honours Topic) 2016
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