Articles in English

V. Denault, P. Plusquellec, L.M. Jupe, M. St-Yves, N.E. Dunbar, M. Hartwig, S.L. Sporer, J. Rioux-Turcotte, J. Jarry, D. Walsh, H. Otgaar, …, Z. Vernham & P.J. van Koppen (dans la presse) L’analyse de la communication non verbale: Les dangers de la pseudoscience en contextes de sécurité et de justice [The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts]. Revue Internationale de Criminologie et de Police Technique et Scientifique (also as: The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts (in press) Anuario de Psicología Jurídica).


T.S. van Veldhuizen, R. Horselenberg, M. Stel, S. Landström, P.A. Granhag & P.J. van Koppen (in press). The provenance of émigrés: The validity of measuring knowledge of places. Psychology, Crime and Law


T.S. van Veldhuizen, R. Horselenberg, S. Landström, P.A. Granhag & P.J. van Koppen (in press). Interviewing to assess credibility in the Swedish asylum procedure: analyzing question style, type and theme. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling.


T.S. Van Veldhuizen, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (in press). Interviewing asylum seekers: A vignette study on the questions asked to assess credibility of claims about origin and persecution. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling.


R. Benigno Saraiva, I. van Boeijen, L. Hope, R. Horselenberg, M. Sauerland & P.J. van Koppen, P. J. (2019). Development and validation of the Eyewitness Metamemory Scale (EMS). Applied Cognitive Psychology. Advances online publication.


P.J. van Koppen & A.R. Mackor (2019). A scenario-approach to the Simonshaven case. Topics in Cognitive Science, advanced online publication.


N.M. Adams-Quackenbush, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2019). Where bias begins: A snapshot of police officers' beliefs about the investigative interview with suspects. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, advanced online publication. Doi: 10.1007/s11896-018-9301-1.


N.M. Adams-Quackenbush, R. Horselenberg, J. Hubert, A.Vrij & P.J. van Koppen (2019). Interview expectancies: Awareness of potential biases influences behaviour in interviewees. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 26, 150-166.


R. Nieuwkamp, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2019). True and false alibis among prisoners and its detection by police officers. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 25, 902-921.


C.A.J. van den Eeden, C.J. de Poot & P.J. van Koppen (2019). The forensic confirmation bias: A comparison between experts and novices. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 64, 120-126.


P.J. van Koppen & R. Horselenberg (2018). Waarom er in België en Nederland geen rechterlijke dwalingen zijn [Why no miscarriages of justice exist in Belgium and The Netherlands]. Expertise en Recht, 2018, 276-281.


T.S. van Veldhuizen, R.P.A.E. Maas, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2018). Establishing origin: Analysing questions in asylum interviews. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 25, 283-302


A. Vredeveldt, L. Kesteloo & P.J. Van Koppen (2018). Writing alone or together: Police officers’ collaborative reports of an incident. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 45, 1071-1092.


G. de Bruïne, A. Vredeveldt & P.J. van Koppen (2018). Cross-cultural differences in object recognition: Comparing asylum seekers from sub-Sahara Africa and a matched Western European control group. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32, 463-473.


C.A.J. van den Eeden, J. Ost, C.J. de Poot & P.J. van Koppen (2018). Solving the puzzle: The effects of contextual information and feedback on the interpretation of a crime scene. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 15, 109-123.


A. Vredeveldt & P.J. van Koppen (2018). Recounting a common experience: On the effectiveness of instructing eyewitness pairs. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, art. 284.


A.W.E.A. de Zutter, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2018). Motives for filing a false allegation of rape. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47, 457-464.


C.A.J. van den Eeden, C.J. de Poot & P.J. van Koppen (2017). From emergency call to crime scene: Information transference in the criminal investigation. Forensic Science Policy and Management, 8, 79-89. 


A.W.E.A. de Zutter, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2017). Detecting the true nature of allegations of rape. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 32, 114-127.


A. Vredeveldt, R.N. Groen, J.E. Ampt & P.J. Van Koppen (2017). When discussion between eyewitnesses helps memory. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 22, 242-259. 


A. Vredeveldt, J.W. Knol & P.J. van Koppen (2017). Observing offenders: Incident reports by surveillance detectives, uniformed police, and civilians. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 22, 150-163.


A.W.E.A. de Zutter, R. Horselenberg, & P.J. van Koppen (2017). The prevalence of false allegations of rape in the United States from 2006-2010. Journal of forensic Psychology, 2 (2), 1-5.


R. Nieuwkamp, R. Horselenberg, R. & P.J. van Koppen (2017). The illusion of the perfect alibi: Establishing the base rate of non-offenders’ alibis. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 14, 23-42.


T.S. van Veldhuizen, R. Horselenberg, S. Landström, P.A. Granhag & P.J. van Koppen (2017). Interviewing asylum seekers: A vignette study on the questions asked to assess credibility of claims about origin and persecution. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 14, 3-22. 


A.W.E.A. de Zutter, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2017). A relationship. a venerial disease and its aftermath. II-RP Journal, 8, 59-97.


C.A.J. van den Eeden, C.J. de Poot & P.J. van Koppen (2016). Forensic expectation: Investigating a crime scene with prior information. Science and Justice, 56, 475-481.


A.W.E.A. de Zutter, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2016). Filing false vice reports: Distinguishing true from false allegations of rape. European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, 9, 1-14.


A. Vredeveldt & P.J. van Koppen (2016). The thin blue line-up: Comparing eyewitness performance by police and civilians. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5, 252-256.


R. Nieuwkamp, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (2016). A lie and a mistress: On increasing the believability of your alibi. Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law, 23, 733-745.


A. Vredeveldt, A. Hildebrandt & P.J. van Koppen (2016). Acknowledge, repeat, rephrase, elaborate: Witnesses can help each other remember more. Memory, 24, 669-682.


J. Shaw, L. Öhman & P.J. van Koppen (2013). Psychology and law: The past, present, and future of the discipline. Psychology, Crime and Law, 19, 643-647.


P.J. van Koppen (2012). Deception detection in police interrogations: Closing in on the context of criminal investigations. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 1, 124-125.


H.F.M. Crombag, W.A. Wagenaar & P.J. Van Koppen (2011). Crashing memories and the problem of 'source monitoring'. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, S4-S15 (25th Anniversary issue, from the archives with commentary. Original publication 1996).


F.J. Bex, P.J. van Koppen, H. Prakken & B. Verheij (2010). A hybrid formal theory of arguments, stories and criminal evidence. Artificial Intelligence and Law, 18, 123-152.


G. Odinot, G. Wolters & P.J. van Koppen (2009). Eyewitness memory of a supermarket robbery: Accuracy and confidence after 3 months. Law and Human Behavior, 33, 506-514.


P.J. van Koppen (2009). Jury trials: Oposed. E-Journal USA, 14 (7), 18, 23-24.


J.W. de Keijser & P.J. van Koppen (2007). Paradoxes of proof and punishment: Psychological pitfalls in judicial decision making. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 12, 189-205.


P.J. van Koppen (2007). Miscarriages of justice in inquisitorial and accusatorial legal systems. Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies, 7, 50-58.


H. Elffers, J.W. de Keijser, P.J. van Koppen & L. van Haeringen. (2007). Newspaper juries: A field experiment concerning effect of information on attitudes toward the criminal justice system. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 3, 162-182.


J.W. de Keijser, P.J. van Koppen & H. Elffers. (2007). Bridging the gap between judges and the public? A multi-method study. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 3, 131-161.


P.J. van Koppen, D.J. Hessing & C.J. de Poot (2002). Public reasons for abolition and retention of the death penalty. International Criminal Justice Review, 12, 77-92.


P.J. van Koppen & H.F.M. Crombag (1999). Claims of early sexual abuse: Guidelines for investigating cases with allegedly recovered memories. Expert Evidence, 7, 187-208.


P.J. van Koppen & H. Merckelbach (1999). Characteristics of recovered memories: A Dutch replication of Gudjonsson’s (1997). British survey. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 13, 485-489.


P.J. van Koppen & R.W.J. Jansen (1999). The time to rob: Variations in time of number of commercial robberies. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 36, 7-29.


H. Merckelbach, P. Muris, I. Wessel, & P.J. van Koppen (1998). The Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale (GSS): Further data on its reliability, validity, and metacognition correlates. Social Behavior and Personality, 26, 203-210.


P.J. van Koppen & R.W.J. Jansen (1998). The road to the robbery: Travel pattern in commercial robberies. British Journal of Criminology, 38, 230-246.


P.J. van Koppen & S.K. Lochun (1997). Portraying perpetrators: The validity of offender descriptions by witnesses. Law and Human Behavior, 21, 663-687.


P.J. van Koppen & J.W. de Keijser (1997). Desisting distance decay: On the aggregation of individual crime trips. Criminology, 35, 505-515.


M. Junger, P.J. van Koppen & M. Diepenveen (1996). Quantitative criminology in The Netherlands. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 12, 265-282.


H.F.M. Crombag, W.A. Wagenaar & P.J. van Koppen (1996). Crashing memories and the problem of ‘source monitoring’. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 10, 95-104.


P.J. van Koppen (1995). Sniffing experts: Theory and practise of scent line-ups. Expert Evidence, 3, 103-108.


J. ten Kate & P.J. van Koppen (1994). Judicialization of politics in The Netherlands: Towards a form of judicial review. International Political Science Review, 15, 139-147.


H.F.M. Crombag & P.J. van Koppen (1994). Verdringen als sociaal verschijnsel [Repression as a social phenomenon]. De Psycholoog, 29, 409-415.


P.J. van Koppen (1992). Judicial policymaking in The Netherlands: The case by case method. West European Politics, 15, 80-92.


P.J. van Koppen & M. Malsch (1991). Defendants and one-shotters win after all: Compliance with court decisions in civil cases. Law and Society Review, 25, 803-820.


P.J. van Koppen (1991). Introducing docket control at the Dutch Supreme Court. Recht der Werkelijkheid, 12 (1), 7-26.


P.J. van Koppen (1990). Risktaking in civil law negotiations. Law and Human Behavior, 14, 151-165.


P.J. van Koppen (1990). The Dutch Supreme Court and parliament: Political decisionmaking versus non-political appointments. Law and Society Review, 24, 745-780.


P.J. van Koppen (1989). Justice and power in civil law negotiations. Social Justice Research, 2, 137-153.


P.J. van Koppen & J. ten Kate (1984). Individual differences in judicial behavior: Personal characteristics and private law decision making. Law and Society Review, 18, 225-247.

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