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NeuroLabNL is the academic workplace for brain, cognitive and behavioral research. A workplace, because professionals from...
The self-measuring delinquent; An exploratory study of technological self-measurement methods within the judicial context (full text only available in Dutch)
Quantifying personal characteristics with help of technological devices, such as smartwatches and smartphones, has become a...
Proposal line of experiments; Insights from psychology and behavioural economics to reduce nightlife-related nuisances (full text only available in Dutch)
The research question is: How can insights from social psychology and behavioral economics contribute to reduce...
Changing views of man in criminal law; (full text only available in Dutch)
This issue on Views of man in criminal law starts from the idea that criminal law is embedded in our view of man, his or her...
Reflection and action; A study on moral learning consultation within DJI (full text only available in Dutch)
This is a summary of the final report of a study on moral learning consultation (‘moreel leeroverleg’) within Dienst...
Superpromoters: summary of a literature study; (full text only available in Dutch)
The government in the Netherlands is seeking new ways of getting its message across as cogently as possible. This is...
Handling ethical problems in counterterrorism; An inventory of methods to support ethical decisionmaking
Counterterrorism professionals routinely face decisions that appear to require trade-offs between moral values such as...
Dialogue and negotiations between states and terrorist organizations; (full text available only in Dutch)
The purpose of this report is to present an overview of academic literature on the subject of negotiations between states and...
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