Scientific knowledge on (problematic) behaviour regarding five topics

Scientific knowledge on (problematic) behaviour regarding five topics

Sexting, Violence during football games, Employee theft, Digitializing dispute solutions, and Neighbourhood nuisance and conflict (full text only available in Dutch)

Summary

Policymakers have become increasingly interested in using behavioural science to strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency of policies. The aim is to gather knowledge that can provide suggestions on ways to stimulate lawful and legitimate behaviour and prevent illegal behaviour without restricting an individual’s freedom of choice.
The five topics of interest are:

  1. Sexting
  2. Violence during football games
  3. Employee theft
  4. Digitializing dispute solutions
  5. Neighbourhood nuisance and conflict

Publication data

Author(s):
Nohlen, H.U., Harreveld, F. van
Organization(s):
University of Amsterdam - Faculty of Psychology, University of Toronto - Faculty Psychology, WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam/Toronto
Publisher:
University of Amsterdam - Faculty of Psychology
Year of publication:
2017

Order information

Address:
Universiteit van Amsterdam, Onderzoeksinstituut Psychologie