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HUJI Cyber Security Research Center (H-CSRC) – Cyber Law Program and the Institute of Criminology

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Catherine Friend

PhD Candidate

Waterford Institute of Technology

Catherine is a PhD Candidate researching cybercrime legislation in Ireland with Honors degrees in M.Sc. Cyberpsychology and B.Sc. Applied Psychology. She has assistant lecture experience in both technology and psychology disciplines with strong research and communication skills winning two presentation awards for her undergraduate thesis and presenting her Master’s thesis at multiple conferences including Decepticon, Cambridge, United Kingdom, August 2015 and 21st Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference (CYPSY21), Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, June 2016. Her publications to date include: Friend, C., Fox Hamilton, N. & Power, A. (2018). Social norms in deception detection in online and offline communication: understanding individual perspectives in a qualitative thematic analysis. In A. Power (Eds.), Cyberpsychology and Society. Oxford: Routledge and: Friend, C. & Fox Hamilton, N. (2016). Deception detection: The effect of trust levels and perspective taking in real  time online and offline communication environments. Cyberpsychology Behaviour and Social Networkingm 19(9), 532-537. Currently, she is keen to secure editing and research work in cyberpsychology-related disciplines and is currently recruiting for digital security experts for her research.

PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters

  • Friend, C., Fox Hamilton, N. & Power, A. (2018). Social norms in deception detection in online and offline communication: understanding individual perspectives in a qualitative thematic analysis. In A. Power (Eds.), Cyberpsychology and Society. Oxford: Routledge. 

Journal Articles

  • Friend, C. & Fox Hamilton, N. (2016). Deception detection: The effect of trust levels and perspective taking in real time online and offline communication environments. Cyberpsychology Behaviour and Social Networking, 19(9), 532-537.