Liverpool Skylilne

Natural Sciences and Psychology

Dr Marek Palasinski

Dr Marek Palasinski

Telephone: 0151 904 6304

Biography

I am willing to consider supervising PhD students. Please email me for more details.

Degrees

University of Lancaster, United Kingdom, PhD

Publications

Journal article

Shortland ND, Palasinski M. 2019. Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Which Is the Most Convincing of Them All? Exploring Anti-Domestic Violence Posters. J Interpers Violence, 34 :1755-1771 >DOI >Link >Public Url

Shortland ND, Nader E, Sari H, Palasinski M, Hilland C. 2019. Murder on Maneuver: Exploring green-on-blue attacks in Afghanistan Armed Forces and Society, 45 :368-388 >Public Url

Palasinski M, Brown W, Shortland N, Riggs D, Chen M, Bowman-Grieve L. 2019. Masculinity, Injury and Death – Exploring Anti-Knife-carrying Messages Journal of Interpersonal Violence, :1-20 >DOI >Public Url

Alison L, Palasinski M, Waring S, Humphrey A, Humann M, Shortland N, Bowman Grieve L. 2018. Between a rock and a hard place of geopolitically sensitive threats – critical incidents and decision inertia Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 10 :207-224 >Public Url

Palasinski M, Shortland N, Humann M, Bowman-Grieve L, Gallova V. 2018. Anxiety about Digital Security and Terrorism and Support for Counter-terror Measures Safer Communities, 17 :156-166 >Public Url

Palasinski M, Shortland N. 2017. Factors behind support for harsher punishments for common and uncommon offenders Safer Communities, 16 :55-63 >DOI >Public Url

Palasinski M, Bowman-Grieve L. 2017. Tackling cyber-terrorism: Balancing surveillance with counter-communication SECURITY JOURNAL, 30 :556-568 >DOI >Link >Public Url

Palasinski M, Shortland N. 2016. Individual determinants of punitive attitudes towards sexual and domestic abuse offenders Safer Communities, 15 :125-133 >DOI >Public Url

Palasinski M, Zhang L, Ingale S, Hanlon C. 2016. Gangs in Asia: China and India Asian Social Science, 12 :141-145 >DOI >Public Url

Palasinski M, Seol KO. 2015. Examination of religious identity meta-stereotypes when defying its relevant source through outgroup helping. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 7 :80-89 >DOI >Public Url

Cartledge S, Bowman-Grieve L, Palasinski M. 2015. The Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement in George W. Bush’s ‘War on Terrorism’ Rhetoric. The Qualitative Report, 20 :1905-1921 >Public Url

Alison L, Power N, Heuvel C, Humann M, Palasinski M, Crego J. 2015. Decision inertia: deciding between least worst outcomes in emergency responses to disasters Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, 88 :295-321 >Public Url

Palasinski M, Seol KO. 2015. Examination of Religious Identity Metastereotypes When Defying Its Relevant Source Through Out-Group Helping PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY, 7 :80-U95 >DOI >Link

Cartledge SM, Bowman-Grieve L, Palasinski M. 2015. The mechanisms of moral disengagement in George W. Bush’s “War on Terror” Rhetoric Qualitative Report, 20 :1905-1921

Palasinski M, Svoboda S. 2014. Reducing the risk of insurance fraud by appearances of online surveillance PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW, 20 :821-832 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M, Granat J, Seol KO, Bowman-Grieve L. 2014. Social categorization and right-wing authoritarianism in reporting potential terrorist threats in cyberspace COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 36 :76-81 >DOI >Link

Fujiwala S, Palasinski M, Shortland N. 2014. The basic determinants of perceived increase in violent, sexual and benefit fraud crimes. Safer Communities, 4 :180-188

Palasinski M, Riggs D, Allison L. 2013. Can Computer-Mediated Communication Increase Adolescents' Sexually Risky Behaviors? Comment AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST, 68 :887-888 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M. 2013. Turning Assault into a "Harmless Prank"-Teenage Perspectives on Happy Slapping JOURNAL OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE, 28 :1909-1923 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M. 2013. The impact of downsizing and efficiency measures on anti-fraud resources Qualitative Report, 18

Palasinski M. 2013. Security, respect and culture in British teenagers' discourses of knife-carrying Safer Communities, 12 :71-78 >DOI

Palasinski M. 2012. Online Security and Cyberbystander Relations in Mobilizing Sex Abuse Intervention CYBERPSYCHOLOGY BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL NETWORKING, 15 :551-554 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M. 2012. The roles of monitoring and cyberbystanders in reducing sexual abuse COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 28 :2014-2022 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M, Riggs DW. 2012. Young White British Men and Knife-Carrying in Public: Discourses of Masculinity, Protection and Vulnerability CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY, 20 :463-476 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M. 2012. Implications of urban adolescent discourses of (un)happy slapping Safer Communities, 11 :159-164 >DOI

Palasinski M, Abell J, Levine M. 2012. Intersectionality of ethno-cultural identities and construal of distant suffering outgroups Qualitative Report, 17

Riggs DW, Palasinski M. 2011. TACKLING KNIFE VIOLENCE Young men view things differently BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 342 >DOI >Link

Palasinski M, Riggs D, Zebialowicz A. 2011. 'You don't do it in public': Racism, respectability and responsibility in Celebrity Big Brother Celebrity Studies, 2 :164-177 >DOI

Palasinski M. 2011. The experiment-based knew-it-all-along effect in the qualitative light of narrativity Qualitative Report, 16 :441-463

Zebialowicz A, Palasinski M. 2010. Probing Racial Dilemmas in the Bluest Eye with the Spyglass of Psychology Journal of African American Studies, 14 :220-233

Palasinski M. 2009. Testing assumptions about naivety in insurance fraud PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW, 15 :547-553 >DOI >Link

Dymkowski M, Domin M, Marszalek S, Palasinski M. 2007. The effect of outcome knowledge on judgment: hindsight bias among historians Polish Psychological Bulletin, 38 :24-31

Bowman-Grieve L, Palasinski M, Shortland N. Psychology perspectives on community vengeance as a terrorist motivator Safer Communities, >Public Url

Brown W, Palasinski M. Examining the dark tetrad and its links to cyberbullying Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, >Public Url

Chapters

Palasinski M, Montague J. 2016. Gangs and Gender. Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Palasinski M, Bignel S. 2014. Seeking Patterns of Digital Deception (pp. 259-267). In M. Khosorow-Pour (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Hershey, IGI Global.

Palasinski M. 2009. The Lucifer Effect in the Jedwabne Pogrom? Probing Collective Evilness (pp.159-172). In S. Dam & J. Hall (Eds), Inside and Outside of the Law. Perspectives on Evil, Law and the State. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Palasinski M. 2008. On the hope for the hope for those without hope (pp. 233-243). In R. Green & J. Horrigan (Eds.), Hope. Probing Boundaries, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. >Link

Book

Harding S, Palasinski M. 2016. Global Perspectives on Youth Gang Behavior, Violence, and Weapons Use Hershey: IGI Global

Engagement & Impact

Public engagement:

Liverpool, Research engagement with Aintree University Hospital, collaboration, wider public, Researcher 01/08/2017

Liverpool, Research engagemnt with Merseyside Police and Greater Manchester Police, collaboration, wider public, Researcher 13/09/2015

Fellowships:

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Higher Education Academy

Industrial connections:

Thomas Cook

Tui Group

Aviva Insurance Group

Media Coverage:

http://www.channel4.com/news/authorities-not-doing-enough-to-prevent-more-knife-deaths, 'Jail is not a deterrent' in preventing knife crime

https://beta.bps.org.uk/news-and-policy/how-make-anti-knife-campaigns-more-effective, How to make anti-knife campaigns more effective

Membership of professional bodies:

Qualified Teacher Status, GeneralTeaching Council for England

Chartered Membership (CPsychol) of BPS, British Psychological Society

Other Professional Activity:

I am willing to consider supervising PhD students. Please email me for more details.

Research Grants Awarded:

Richard Benjamin Trust, Identifying and Maximizing the Most Persuasive Elements of Anti-knife Messages by Combining Social Psychology with Advanced Computer Graphics Technology, Dr Minsi Chen, Grant value (£): 9900, Duration of research project: 1 year

The Research for Learning and Teaching Fund, Exploring the persuasiveness of anti-knife messages, Grant value (£): 3790