European Forensic Psychology Winterschool, Seeon, Germany

first_img on September 1, 2013 at 5:01 am Tweet +1 LinkedIn 0 Log in to Reply Similar Stories ← Berlin House of Representatives Research Grants Pocket European Forensic Psychology Winterschool, Seeon, Germany One thought on “European Forensic Psychology Winterschool, Seeon, Germany” center_img Reddit Share 0 Though the author cerally feels the Clark decision was the equivalent of an asteroid impact which will destroy the old dinosaur of the M’Naughten rule, I think the old dinosaur may yet emerge with not even singed eyebrows. The exculpatory evidence, apparently omitted in Clark, included that Clark fancied that some police forces had been infiltrated by aliens. One assumes this may have helped Clark feel less alien himself. In the case of M’Naughten, we stipulate that M’Naughten believed that the Scottish ambassador whom he was subsequently to kill was in fact conspiring to kill M’Naughten. Thus his belief would meet the test under the Arizona law that his mental illness directly impinged on his understanding of right and wrong in his action. The Yale author, though well meaning in a sense, seems to take a tried and true method of superiority by cultural relativism in establishing his elitism and his argument. He would have us bow down to any implications in Clark’s internal psychological ‘culture’ which held that some police were aliens. IMHO, this is not too different from an argument that, since Muslims may religiously believe that infidels should be put to the sword, we can merely be more vigilant that shipping containers don’t contain explosives post 9-11. By Lika says: October 9, 2012 Published by milan Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Deadline: 1st of November 2012Open to: PhD students and Post-docs within 5 years after PhD from Europe in fields of research in forensic psychology and related areasVenue: Seeon, Bavaria, GermanyDescriptionThe main aim of the winter school is to offer researchers from across Europe the possibility to learn about the most recent developments in the study of antisocial behavior. The school provides these forensic researchers with a unique opportunity to discuss their scientific work with each other and with top experts from general and forensic psychology.The set-up of the winterschool will allow young forensic researchers to:learn about the most recent developments in general psychologyhow to apply such insights in the study of antisocial behavior.The school also provides opportunity for networking, as it allows the applicants to discuss their research with the leading experts on the field and to connect with each other.Topics include: Attention, Learning, Inhibition, Motivation, Emotion, Resilience as well as Moral reasoning.EligibilityThe school is intended for advanced PhD students or Post-docs (within 5 years after PHD) in fields of research in forensic populations and related areas. All applications will be ranked on quality by the organizational committee. A maxium of 30 applicants will be allowed.Application conditionsBasic knowledge of forensic relevant disordersAt least one empirical work on research in forensic population (not necessarily (published)Applicants have to send:the completed application forma motivational letter (max. 1 page),their CV (including a list of publications),an abstract (max 200 words) on the research project you like to presentto the following email adress. Please try to mail all postulated documents at once.CostsThe winterschool is sponsored by the Volkswagen Foundation. Participants have to pay only the registration fee of 100 euro, which is due as soon as the applicant is accepted as participant. It includes all lunches, diners, accommodation and attendence to all workshops. The travel costs can’t be refunded.VenueMonastery Seeon was a Benedictine monastery from 994 to 1803. After being saved from further decline by the Regional Administration of Upper Bavaria, the former monastery buildings are now one of the finest historical ensembles in the Chiemgau. Our conference centre is located on a small peninsula surrounded by the deep-blue water of Lake Seeon. More information about how to get there can be obtained by clicking on this link. ContactDr. Hedwig EisenbarthDepartment for Forensic Psychiatry and PsychotherapyTel.: + 49 941 941 1082Email: [email protected] more info, visit the official website.  International Contest Fly Your Ideas With Airbus →last_img read more

TJM Amour Fou (ISH) and Clem McMahon claim victory in The Meadows ISH SJ Series.

first_img 10 May 2014, 18:39 TOUGH BADMINTON CROSS COUNTRY COURSE SEES FOUR IRISH RIDERS THROUGH TO FINAL PHASE ON SUNDAY 1 May 2014, 21:34 FOX-PITT BACK AT WORLD NO.1 AFTER ROLEX KENTUCKY WIN ON BAY MY HERO Related news stories Home  »  General  »  TJM Amour Fou (ISH) and Clem McMahon claim victory in The Meadows ISH SJ Series. 23 August 2020, 21:40 Tags: breeding, ISH SJ Series 19 March 2020, 09:35 Recommendations to Breederscenter_img 27 April 2014, 20:28 IRISH SPORT HORSE WINS ROLEX KENTUCKY THREE DAY EVENT 7 May 2014, 23:53 SEVEN IRISH RIDERS TO START AT 65th BADMINTON HORSE TRIALS TODAY TJM Amour Fou (ISH) and Clem McMahon claim victory in The Meadows ISH SJ Series. TJM Amour Fou (ISH) by Diamant De Semilly bred by TJM Equestrian, owned by TJM Equestrian & Hilton Farm and ridden by Clem McMahon jumped double clear in a time of 37.42 seconds to win the 7 Year Old Final of the Irish Sport Horse Studbook Showjumping Series at the fourth leg of the series in 2020 in The Meadows Equestrian. One of only eight double clears in the 7-year-old class, McMahon beat off stiff competition from the competitive 25 competitors in the class. In the 5-Year-Old final, nine combinations jumped double clear to split the win. While in the 6 Year Olds, there were seven clear rounds.There was €10,500 on offer in The Meadows Equestrian from the Irish Sport Horse Studbook for these young horse classes. In addition, TRM sponsored breeding supplement packs to the winning breeders of each of these age classes. These packs are valued at €1000. (winning breeders listed below)The next leg takes place in 19th & 20th September in Coilog Equestrian.Full results, including breeding information, are detailed below.=1st Carrabeg Enigma (ISH) by Je T’Aime Flamenco out of Lislan Ruby by Maltstriker bred by Susan Malee owned by Francis Derwin and ridden by Kate Derwin=1st HHS Blue Moon (ISH) by Plot Blue out of HHS Daisy by Ard VDL Douglas bred and owned by Marion Hughes ridden by Molly Hughes Bravo=1st Premier Dreamer (ISH) by Balou Du Rouet out of Premier Hope by Hermes DE Reve bred by Dominic Rice owned by Francis Derwin and ridden by Francis Derwin (Jnr)=1st Roanwood My Hometown by Cruising Harry out of Roanwood Golden Lass by Coevers Diamond Boy bred by John O’Sullivan owned by Colm Mcgrath and ridden by Ciaran Ward=1st Quintabell (ISH) by Quintero out of Icing by Cruising (ISH) (TIH) bred by Tom and Linda Magee owned by Derek Reid and ridden by Fergus Reid=1st HSH Harper Du Seigneur (ISH) by Aganix Du Seigneur out of Covers Chip by Chippison bred and owned by Hadley Sport Horses, ridden by Sven Hadley.=1st Cruise Quality (ISH) by O.B.O.S Quality 004 out of Another Cruise by Cruising. Bred by Charlie McElhinney, owned and ridden by Richard Kerins=1st Drumiller Daytona (ISH) by Siec Livello out of Carneyhaugh Rigaudon by Laughton’s Flight bred by Paul Dillon owned by Kevin  Byrne and ridden by Edward Little=1st Drumrankin Isaac (ISH) by Coolkeeran out of Mosstown Sweet Heart bred by Vincent Burton Owned by David Harrison and ridden by Robert HarrisonTRM BREEDERS PACK winner Vincent Burton breeder of Drumrankin Isaac (ISH)Winning Breeder Vincent Burton – breeder of Drumrankin Isaac (ISH) ridden by Robert Harrison. Picture Tori O’Connor6 year olds1st Fernhill Balou Beau (ISH) by Sligo Candy Boy out of Miss Mac Car by Cavalier Royale bred by Fionnuala Kelly owned by Carol Gee and ridden by Francis Derwin (Jnr)2nd Millview Cicero (ISH) by Cicero Z Van Paemal out of Royal Dutch by Oklund bred by Harry Marshall owned by Diana Gibson and ridden by Dermott Lennon3rd Trebra Premier Douglas (ISH) by Hold Up Premier out of Trebra Frances Girl by ARD VDL Douglas Bred by Hugh Treanor owned by Dessie Irwin and ridden by Darren Irwin4th Roadstown Kimona (ISH) by Im Special de Muze out of Roadstown Lux by Lux Z. Bred and owned by Mattie Brennan and ridden by Richard Kerins5th Tullabeg Jackson (ISH) by Dignified Van’t Zorgvliet out of Tullabeg Jackie by Olympic Lux bred by Nicholas Cousins owned by Regula Wassmer ridden by Kenneth Graham6th Coachella (ISH) by Ustinov out of Icing by Cruising bred by Tom & Linda Magee owned by Catherine Thornton & David Campbell and ridden by Catherine ThorntonTRM BREEDERS PACK winner -Fionnuala Kelly breeder of Fernhill Balou Beau (ISH)7 Year Old1st TJM Amour Fou (ISH) by Diamant De Semilly out of Catani Z by Cicero Z Van bred by TJM Equestrian owned by TJM Equestrian & Hilton Farm and ridden by Clem Mcmahon2nd Hollypark Pacino (ISH) by Pacino out of Hollypark by Lux Z bred by Jackie Lee owned and ridden by Tim Macdonagh3rd Crystal Graf (ISH) by Lux Z out of Lady Graf by Graf Magna bred by Anthony Doherty owned by Ann Doherty and ridden by Jonathan Smyth4th Korleeonie (ISH) by Pacino out of Windgates Mystique by Cruising bred and owned by Martin Cullinane ridden by Thomas O’Brien5th HSC Sunny Jim (ISH) by Pacino out of Sunblest by Conquistador bred by Mrs Sarah & Heather Crawford owned by Heather Crawford ridden by Edward Little6th Premier Spirit (ISH) by Premier Sport out of Premier Hope by Hermes De Reve bred by Premier Sport Horses owned by Dominic Rice and ridden by Jonathon SmythTRM BREEDERS Pack winner- TJM Equestrian  – TJM Amour Fou   18 April 2018, 13:37 2018 HSI Breeding Grantlast_img read more