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About mr. dr. Jean-Louis van Gelder

Jean-Louis van Gelder has a degree in Work & Organisational psychology (MA) and another one in Law (LL.M) from the University of Amsterdam. These backgrounds were combined into the doctoral dissertation “The Law and Psychology of Land Tenure Security: Evidence from Buenos Aires” which was also completed at the University of Amsterdam. Since March 2009 he has been working as a researcher at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR). In 2012 he finished his second dissertation on the role of affect and cognition in criminal decision making. His other research interests concern the use of innovative methods in crime research, risk perception and –behaviour, legal theory, socio-legal studies and the informal sector. Jean-Louis van Gelder is initiator and coördinator of NSCR’s CRIME Lab.

Jean-Louis is a member of the CRIME Lab & Technology Cluster.

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2017

Bernasco, W; van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H

The Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making Book

Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2017.

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2015

Gelder, Van J L; Luciano, E C; Kranenbarg, Weulen M; Hershfield, H E

Friends with my future self: A longitudinal vividness intervention reduces delinquency Journal Article

Criminology, 53 , pp. 158-179, 2015.

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Aarten, P G M; Gelder, Van J L; Lamet, W; Borgers, M J; der Laan, Van P H

Exploring public support for suspended sent4ences in the Netherlands Journal Article

European Journal of Criminology, 12 , pp. 188-207, 2015.

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2013

Gelder, Van J -L

Beyond rational choice. The hot/cool perspective of criminal decision making. Journal Article

Psychology, Crime & Law, 19 , pp. 745-763, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L

Paradoxes of urban housing informality in the developing world. Journal Article

Law and Society Review, 47 , pp. 493-522, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Vries, De R E

Rational misbehavior? Evaluating an integrated dual-process model of criminal decision making Journal Article

Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Hershfield, H; Nordgren, L

Vividness of the future self reduces delinquency. Journal Article

Psychological Science, 24 , pp. 974-980, 2013.

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Shalvi, S; Gelder, Van J -L; der Schalk, Van J

Emotional justifications for unethical behavior Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. 179-193, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M

Anticipated and immediate affect in criminal decision making. From anger to shame Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. 161-178, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D

Introduction: Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choice and lapses in self-control Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. jan-19, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Lindegaard, M R

To rational or not too rational? Results from the 2013 enquête Book Chapter

Bernasco, W; Ruiter, S; Huisman, W; Bruinsma, G J N (Ed.): Eenvoud en vescheidenheid. Liber Amicorum voor Henk Elffers, pp. 37-45, NSCR & Afd. Criminologie Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2013.

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Appelman, T; Gelder, Van J -L; Rodermond, E

Minder crimineel gedrag dankzij voorstellen toekomstige zelf Miscellaneous

2013.

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2012

Pontier, M A; Gelder, Van J -L; Vries, De R E

Computational model of affective moral decision making that predicts human criminal choices Inproceedings

16th International Conference on Principles of Practice in Multi-Agent Systems (PRIMA'13), pp. 502-509, Springer Verlag, 2012.

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2013

Lindegaard, M R; Bernasco, W; Jacques, S; Zevenbergen, B

Posterior gaines and immediate pains. Offender emotions before, during and after robberies Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. 58-76, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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Shalvi, S; Gelder, Van J -L; der Schalk, Van J

Emotional justifications for unethical behavior Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. 179-193, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M

Anticipated and immediate affect in criminal decision making. From anger to shame Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. 161-178, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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Gelder, Van J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D

Introduction: Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choice and lapses in self-control Book Chapter

Van Gelder, J -L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. jan-19, Routledge, Abingdon, 2013.

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2014

Gelder, Van J L; Elffers, H; Reynald, D M; Nagin, D

Introduction: Affect and cognition in criminal decisionmaking: Between rational choices and lapses of self-control Book Chapter

Van Gelder J.L., Elffers Reynald & Nagin H D M D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. jan-19, Routledge, London, New York, 2014.

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Gelder, Van J L; Reynald, D M; Elffers, H

Anticipated emotions and immediate affect in criminal decision making: From shame to anger Book Chapter

Van Gelder J.L., Elffers Reynald & Nagin H D M D (Ed.): Affect and cognition in criminal decision making. Between rational choices and lapses of self-control, pp. 161-178, Routledge, London, New York, 2014.

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Jean-Louis van Gelder receives Vidi grant

NWO has awarded  senior researcher Jean-Louis van Gelder a Vidi grant worth 800,000 euros for his ‘future selves’-project. The grant enables him to develop his own...

Visualising Crime Project

Using GoPros to Step into the Shoes of an Offender, a Victim or a Bystander Cluster Technological innovations in criminological research (CRIME Lab) is currently working...

Virtual burglary project

Watching offenders commit crime is an excellent way to increase our knowledge of it, but only rarely possible as police officers, let alone researchers, are rarely on...

Themanummer innovatieve methoden in criminologisch onderzoek

Innovative Data Collection Methods in Crime Research

Novel technologies, such as GPS, the internet and virtual environments are not only rapidly becoming an increasingly influential part of our daily lives, they also have...

Voor gewone burgers zijn strafvonnissen ingewikkeld

Visualisation of future self reduces criminal behaviour

“Those who can strongly imagine a future version of themselves, will be less inclined to behave criminally” Experimental studies by Jean-Louis van Gelder and...