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Sophie van der Zee
Sophie van der Zee
Assistant Professor, Behavioral Economics, Erasmus University
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AMAB: Automated measurement and analysis of body motion
R Poppe, S Van Der Zee, DKJ Heylen, PJ Taylor
Behavior research methods 46 (3), 625-633, 2014
492014
Cross-cultural deception detection
PJ Taylor, S Tomblin, SM Conchie, S Van Der Zee
Detecting deception: Current challenges and cognitive approaches, 175, 2015
45*2015
Reporting cybercrime victimization: determinants, motives, and previous experiences
S van de Weijer, R Leukfeldt, S Van der Zee
Policing: An International Journal, 2020
182020
To freeze or not to freeze: A culture-sensitive motion capture approach to detecting deceit
S van der Zee, R Poppe, PJ Taylor, R Anderson
PLOSONE, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.021, 2019
162019
To freeze or not to freeze: A motion-capture approach to detecting deceit
S Van Der Zee, R Poppe, PJ Taylor, R Anderson
Proceedings of the Hawaii international conference on system sciences, Kauai, HI, 2015
132015
When lying feels the right thing to do
S Van Der Zee, R Anderson, R Poppe
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 734, 2016
112016
A personal model of trumpery: linguistic deception detection in a real-world high-stakes setting
S Van Der Zee, R Poppe, A Havrileck, A Baillon
Psychological science 33 (1), 3-17, 2022
8*2022
Measuring cues for stand-off deception detection based on full-body nonverbal features in body-worn cameras
H Bouma, G Burghouts, R den Hollander, S Van Der Zee, J Baan, ...
Optics and Photonics for Counterterrorism, Crime Fighting, and Defence XII …, 2016
82016
Victims
J Jansen, M Junger, J Kort, R Leukfeldt, S Veenstra, J van Wilsem, ...
Research agenda: The human factor in cybercrime and cybersecurity, 2017
72017
A psychometric investigation into the structure of deception strategy use
I Hamlin, PJ Taylor, L Cross, K MacInnes, S Van der Zee
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 1-11, 2020
42020
Mining Bodily Cues to Deception
R Poppe, S van der Zee, PJ Taylor, R Anderson, RC Veltkamp
Conference Proceedings of the Rapid Screening Technologies, Deception …, 2015
42015
Cybercrime reporting behaviors among small-and medium-sized enterprises in the Netherlands
SGA van de Weijer, R Leukfeldt, S Zee
Cybercrime in Context, 303-325, 2021
32021
The gift of the gab: Are rental scammers skilled at the art of persuasion?
S Van Der Zee, R Clayton, R Anderson
arXiv preprint arXiv:1911.08253, 2019
22019
The dimensions of deception detection: Self‐reported deception cue use is underpinned by two broad factors
I Hamlin, GRT Wright, S Van der Zee, S Wilson
Applied Cognitive Psychology 32 (3), 307-314, 2018
22018
De betekenis van consistentie in verklaringen
A Vredeveldt, S Van Der Zee
Routes van het recht: Over de rechtspsychologie, 2017
22017
Actuele ontwikkelingen in leugendetectie
SC van der Zee, R Kleij, JHC van Rest, H Bouma
22016
A Liar and a Copycat: Nonverbal Coordination Increases with Lie Difficulty
S Van der Zee, P Taylor, R Wong, J Dixon, T Menacere
Royal Society Open Science 8 (1), 2021
12021
Toekomstverkenning leugendetectie: Relevante toepassingen en implementatievormen in het Nederlandse veiligheidsdomein
S Van Der Zee, R van der Kleij, IH Bouma, J van Rest, ODIB Don
Ongerubriceerd TNO Rapport R10924, 2016
12016
Reporting cybercrime victimization: Determinants, motives, and previous experience.
ER Leukfeldt, SGA van de Weijer, S Van Der Zee
1
Pain, culture and pedagogy: A preliminary investigation of attitudes towards “reasonable” pain tolerance in the grassroots reproduction of a culture of risk
PK Miller, S Van Der Zee, D Elliott
Psychological Reports 125 (2), 1086-1102, 2022
2022
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