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136 SOCIAL SCIENCES Professor of Social Psycology Head Department Of Behavioural Sciences Director ANSA McAL Psychological Research Centre Tel 868 662 2002 ext. 2402 E-mail PROF. DEREK CHADEE Professor Derek Chadee is a Professor of Social Psychology in the Department of Behavioural Sciences St. Augustine Campus The University of the West Indies. In both 2002 and 2003 Professor Chadee received a CUNY City University of New York Exchange grant which allowed him short stays at Hunter College CUNY. In 2004 he was the recipient of a Senior Fulbright Research Award and spent extended periods at University of Central Florida and Hunter College City University of New York.During this time Professor Chadee was able to establish a cross-cultural research agenda on the social psychology of fear. The first-ever three-year longitudinal study on fear of crime was developed and implemented in Trinidad by Professor Chadee with his University of Sheffield colleague Professor Jason Ditton. This research programme has attracted the attention of many colleagues from different universities who are now part of an international collaboration team. He visited the University at AlbanySUNY and helped to facilitate the setting up of a Memoran- dum of Understanding with University at Albany and The Univer- sity of the West Indies. In the early 2000s Professor Chadee received a Ford Foundation Grant which allowed him to pursue his fear of crime research agenda.A few years later he jointly received a British Academy Grant to undertake a qualitative assessment of stability in longitudinal fear of crime measurements. Professor Chadee currently serves on the Senate of The Univer- sity of the West Indies and is Head of the Department of Behav- ioural Sciences.He is also Director of the ANSA McAL Psychological Research Centre The UWI. For the past 14 years Professor Chadee has conducted and supervised surveys and polls undertaken by the ANSA McAL Psychological Research Centre. These polls have become a widely-cited source of public opinion on the social and political landscape of Trinidad and Tobago. He has published several reports on governmentministerial performance current debates social issues and public opinions on the matter of national crime. These results appeared in a series of weekly publications in the Sunday Guardian. He has served as a Member on the United Nations Develop- ment Programme UNDP Technical Committee of the Crime and Security Study and is a member of the Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago appointed by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Professor Chadee is also a member of the Academic Council of ROYTEC. In 2008 Professor Chadee received the recognition among sixty other academics across the three campuses as one of the 60 under 60. 60 under 60showcased the university as an innovative internationally competitive contemporary university that is deeply rooted in the Caribbean. Psychology Programmes and Association In 2005 Professor Chadee wrote the proposal for the introduction of the PhD Programme and MPhil Programme in Psychology. In 2006 he introduced the Psychology Special. In 2014 he spearheaded the introduction of the MSc Applied Psychology Programme. In 2013 he also worked with the Psi Chi International Office to set up a local chapter of Psi Chi at the St. Augustine Campus. In 1999 as a young academic Professor Chadee worked with students to establish a Psychological Association and was the Academc Advisor to the Association until 2009. International Collaboration As Director of The ANSA McAL Psychological Research Centre he was able to support the strategic objectives of strengthening regionality and building international partnerships UWI Strategic Plan 2012-2017 and has established a number of international linkages within the USUKand Europe. Through international collaborations Professor Chadee and Professor Aleksandra KosticUniversity of NisSerbia have submitted a joint book manuscript entitled The Social Psychology of Nonverbal Communications for publication by Palgrave Macmillan. He is also working on a book manuscript with Professor Jaipaul Roopnarine Jack Reilly Professor of Child and Family Studiesat Syracuse Univer- sitySyracuseNYUSA to the American Psychology Association. Research Interests Professor Chadees current research interest is in the area of the Social Psychology of Fear which includes research on fear of crime media images juvenile delinquency. He has a number of interna- tional research collaborations in the United Kingdom United StatesEurope and the Caribbean. In 2011 he conducted a study to evaluate the effects of gambling in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2008 he also completed a study on HIVAIDS Stigmatization for the National AIDS Coordinating Committee NACC.The data from this study will inform the policies proposed by the NACC. RDI Crime Victimization and Fear of Crime Survey in Trinidad and Tobago CVFCS In May 2014 Professor Chadee was awarded a grant from the