PhDr Juraj Sikra, M.A. (Hons), MSc., CIPD Assoc.
Visiting lecturer in clinical and criminal psychology
M.A. (Hons)….University of Aberdeen…Psychology…2015
MSc….University of Strathclyde…HRM…2021
PhD….University of Strathclyde…Cybercrime…2024
Juraj’s expertise is in clinical and criminal mental health including work with victims and offenders applying the human rights approach to both in equal measure. Furthermore, he has experience with clinical populations of all age groups and diagnostic categories working both in the United Kingdom and Slovakia. Juraj currently works in the field of economic cybercrime, which concerns strategic research with the police on how to improve the reporting of frauds, scams, phishing etc.
 Sikra, J. (2021). Introduction to clinical psychology. In Taras Shevchenko University of Ukraine in Kyiv.
 Sikra, J. (2015). Scoring and analysis of short-forms of the WPPSI-III based on any subtest combination. In SCOTTISH BRANCH Undergraduate Conference: British Psychological Society (BPS) (pp. 12).
 Sikra, J. (2022). Improving cybercrime reporting in Scotland: a systematic literature review. In Doctoral School Multidisciplinary Symposium 2022: Book of Abstracts (pp. 87-88). University of Strathclyde.
 Šikra, J. (2021). I.R.G. Memoriae. ISBN: 978-870-3173-4.
 Sikra, J. (2022). Improving Cybercrime Reporting in Scotland: A Systematic Literature Review. University of Strathclyde. https://doi.org/10.17868/79836