Group of Advanced Studies on Violence (GEAV)

ORCID Research Profile


Position: Full Professor

Research team


Santiago Redondo Illescas

Associate Professor

sredondo (at)

Contact details


Prof. Antonio Andrés Pueyo

Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychobiology

Faculty of Psychology, Passeig Vall d’Hebron 171

08035 Barcelona (Spain)


andrespueyo (at)

Research Interests


The GEAV (Group of Advanced Studies on Violence) is a multidisciplinary team composed of lawyers, criminologists and psychologists dedicated to basic and applied scientific analysis of violence in its various forms and types.

Devoted to the implementation of violence prevention strategies, treatment of offenders and predicting the risk of violence. We cooperate with governmental and non-governmental organizations for the development of effective interventions in reducing sexual violence organizations, violence against women and adult violent crime and juvenile.

Current Research Lines


  • Violence risk assessment and management
  • Sexual offenders
  • Correctional psychology
  • Juvenile delinquency
  • Neuroscience ALD law

Highlighted publications


· Martínez-Catena,A. Santiago Redondo, Nina Frerich, and Anthony R. Beech (2016)A Dynamic Risk Factors–Based Typology of Sexual Offenders. Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol.


· D Gallardo‐Pujol, A Andrés‐Pueyo, A Maydeu‐Olivares (2013) MAOA genotype, social exclusion and aggression: An experimental test of a gene–environment interaction. Genes, brain and behavior 12 (1), 140-145


· VC Martínez, A Andrés-Pueyo (2015). The Spanish version of the Criminal Sentiment Scale Modified (CSS-M): Factor structure, reliability, and validity. The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 7 (2), 67-72


· Hoge, R. D., Vincent, G., Guy, L., y Redondo, S. (2015). Predicción de riesgo y evaluación de necesidades de intervención con delincuentes. Revista Española de Investigación Criminológica, Monografía 1, Número 13, 1-40.


· Arbach-Lucioni,K.  Martinez-García, M. y Andrés-Pueyo,A. (2014) Risk Factors for Violent Behavior in Prison Inmates. A Cross-Cultural Contribution. Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (9), 1219-1239.