- Provisional Psychologist / PhD Candidate
Bryan Neo is a Master of Psychology (Clinical)/ PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales and a provisional psychologist undergoing clinical training. His research interests are in the assessment and correlates of psychopathy across populations and ages.
Bryan completed a Bachelor of Science (Psychology) with First Class Honours from the Australian National University in 2014. He was awarded the Australian Psychological Society prize and ANU Honours Psychology Thesis prize for his academic performance. His honours research examined the association between psychopathic personality traits, as operationalised by the triarchic model of psychopathy, and different workplace behaviour constructs.
Bryan has clinical experience with both community and forensic populations in Australia.
Neo, B., Sellbom, M., & Wygant, D. B. (2019). Evaluating the psychometric effects and assessment of inconsistent responding on the Psychopathic Personality Inventory-Revised in a correctional sample. Journal of Personality Disorders, 33, 1-14.
Neo, B., Sellbom, M., Smith, S. F., & Lilienfeld, S. O. (2018). Of boldness and badness: Insights into workplace malfeasance from a triarchic psychopathy model perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 149(1), 187-205.