Articles in English

R. Nieuwkamp, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (in press) True and false alibis among prisoners and its detection by police officers. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law.


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


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


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.


T.S. van Veldhuizen, R.P.A.E. Maas, R. Horselenberg & P.J. van Koppen (i2018). 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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