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Steve van de Weijer
Steve van de Weijer
Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR)
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Prevalence of life-course-persistent, adolescence-limited, and late-onset offenders: A systematic review of prospective longitudinal studies
D Jolliffe, DP Farrington, AR Piquero, JF MacLeod, S Van de Weijer
Aggression and violent behavior 33, 4-14, 2017
922017
The intergenerational transmission of violent offending
SGA Van de Weijer, CCJH Bijleveld, AAJ Blokland
Journal of family violence 29 (2), 109-118, 2014
852014
Big five personality traits of cybercrime victims
SGA Van de Weijer, ER Leukfeldt
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (7), 407-412, 2017
652017
Determinants of reporting cybercrime: A comparison between identity theft, consumer fraud, and hacking
SGA van de Weijer, R Leukfeldt, W Bernasco
European Journal of Criminology 16 (4), 486-508, 2019
612019
Testing an integrated self-control and routine activities framework to examine malware infection victimization
TJ Holt, J van Wilsem, S van de Weijer, R Leukfeldt
Social Science Computer Review 38 (2), 187-206, 2020
242020
The effects of parental divorce on the intergenerational transmission of crime
SGA Van de Weijer, TP Thornberry, CCJH Bijleveld, AAJ Blokland
Societies 5 (1), 89-108, 2015
242015
Risk marker or risk mechanism? The effect of family, household, and parental imprisonment on children and adults’ social support and mental health
KL Besemer, SGA Van de Weijer, SM Dennison
Criminal Justice and Behavior 45 (8), 1154-1173, 2018
212018
Parental imprisonment and premature mortality in adulthood
SGA van de Weijer, HS Smallbone, V Bouwman
Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 4 (2), 148-161, 2018
212018
“All in the family?” The relationship between sibling offending and offending risk
J Beijers, C Bijleveld, S van de Weijer, A Liefbroer
Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 3 (1), 1-14, 2017
202017
An examination of motivation and routine activity theory to account for cyberattacks against Dutch web sites
TJ Holt, R Leukfeldt, S van de Weijer
Criminal Justice and Behavior 47 (4), 487-505, 2020
182020
Reporting cybercrime victimization: determinants, motives, and previous experiences
S van de Weijer, R Leukfeldt, S Van der Zee
Policing: An International Journal, 2020
172020
Intergenerational continuity of criminal and antisocial behaviour
V Eichelsheim, S Van de Weijer
An international overview of studies, 2018
152018
An exploration of mate similarity for criminal offending behaviors: Results from a multi-generation sample of Dutch spouses
SGA van de Weijer, KM Beaver
Psychiatric Quarterly 88 (3), 523-533, 2017
142017
Aangifte- en meldingsbereidheid: Trends en determinanten
S van de Weijer, W Bernasco
https://www.wodc.nl/onderzoeksdatabase/2674-aangiftebereidheid.aspx, 2016
13*2016
Offending and mortality
S van de Weijer, C Bijleveld, D Huschek
Advances in Life Course Research 28, 91-99, 2016
122016
The role of heart rate levels in the intergenerational transmission of crime
S Van de Weijer, R De Jong, C Bijleveld, A Blokland, A Raine
Societies 7 (3), 23, 2017
112017
Intergenerational transmission of crime
S van de Weijer, MB Augustyn, S Besemer
The Routledge international handbook of life-course criminology, 279-297, 2017
102017
Intergenerational continuity in incarceration: Evidence from a Dutch multi-generation cohort
S Dennison, C Bijleveld, S van de Weijer
The Routledge international handbook of life-course criminology, 450-473, 2017
92017
Determinanten en motivaties voor intentie tot aangifte na slachtofferschap van cybercrime
L Jong, ER Leukfeldt, SGA van de Weijer
Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid 17 (1), 66-78, 2018
82018
The Concentration of Sex Offenses in British and Dutch Families
S van de Weijer
Sex offenders: A criminal career approach, 321, 2015
82015
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