Zhaowen Qian defended her dissertation online on Thursday, 26 March 2020 at 11:30.
Aggressive behaviour encountered by emergency responders is correlated to their own personality traits
Lisa van Reemst’s PhD thesis shows that some emergency responders are more likely to attract aggressive behaviour due to certain psychological traits.
Integration of migrants is an elusive process that does not allow linear planning or influencing. This is the idea put forward by Warda Belabas in her thesis.
Work engagement is highly dynamic and fluctuates substantially across different work activities during a working day. This is one of the findings in Andrea Reina-Tamayo dissertation.
Sohail Wahedi will receive his doctorate on 28 November 2019 for his research into the relationship between law and religion.
To what extent and how are ethnoracial divisions constructed and dismantled in music reception? This is what Julian Schaap researches in his dissertation, which he defends on 11 October.
The Dutch asylum procedure, many have heard about it, but few people know what it really is like. What exactly is this procedure? Who is welcome and who is not?
In her dissertation, Esmée Zwiers states that circumstances in childhood are important for someone's outcomes in education and the labour market.
On 27 June 2019, Marnix Hebly LL.M. will defend his dissertation "Damage assessment and time" at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He will discuss the role of the time factor in determining damage.
On June 6 Jasper van den Herik will defend his PhD-thesis 'Talking about Talking: An Ecological-Enactive Perspective on Language'.