dr. (Sophie) SC van der Zee

dr. (Sophie) SC van der Zee
Assistant professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T18-46
Email
vanderzee@ese.eur.nl
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Dr. Sophie van der Zee is an assistant professor at the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam. She is working with prof. Aurelien Baillon on his ERC starting grant "Bayesian markets for unverifiable truths", investigating how we can elicit more truthful responses from people. She combines her background in psychology and computer science to conduct research within the field of security and human behaviour. Specifically, she has specialised in the prevention and detection of dishonest behaviour, such as lying, cheating, and committing fraud. She developed a method for automatically measuring human behavior using motion capture equipment and applied this method to the context of deception detection. Recently, she conducted a study on the use of the Concealed Information Test for intelligence gathering purposes. In addition to research on deception and dishonesty, Sophie also founded and chairs Decepticon, the first interdisciplinary conference on deceptive behavior. Previous conferences have taken place at the University of Cambridge (UK) and Stanford (US). 
A relevant application area of her research is concerns the human factor in cyber, where she investigated how scammers persuade their potential victims and how people put themselves at risk by noncompliance with online banking regulations. In her most recent study, she investigates to which extent cyber awareness questionnaires are a useful tool for predicting real world cyber secure behaviour. In addition, Sophie just received a Police & Science grant to start investigating why victims of cybercrime don't tend to report their crimes to the police, and what could help to change that behavior.

Deception research society

Begindatum goedkeuring
november 2021
Einddatum goedkeuring
november 2024
Plaats
3512VR
Beschrijving
Oprichter en bestuur Deception research society

Raad van Advies

Begindatum goedkeuring
november 2021
Einddatum goedkeuring
november 2024
Plaats
3512VR
Beschrijving
Raad van Advies Security Awareness NL

Brainfeed

Begindatum goedkeuring
mei 2022
Einddatum goedkeuring
maart 2024
Plaats
ZEIST
Beschrijving
Masterclass geven aan artsen

Seminar Applied Behavioural Economics

Level
master
Year
2021
Year Level
master
Course Code
FEM11108

Seminar Applied Behavioural Economics

Level
master
Year
2021
Year Level
master
Course Code
FEM11165

Economics of Cyber Security

Level
bachelor 3
Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 3
Course Code
FEB13093

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2021
Course Code
FEM61007
  • Liegen voor de ogen van de wereld

    Waarom liegen we en hoe beoordelen we leugens? Sophie van der Zee, universitair docent toegepaste economie, geeft antwoord op deze vragen.
  • De negatieve gevolgen van liegen

    Sophie van der Zee, universitair docent toegepaste economie aan Erasmus School of Economics, legt de negatieve gevolgen van liegen uit.
  • How to recognize a lie?

    Liegen. Niet iedereen zal het toegeven maar we doen het allemaal wel eens. Je kent het wel, die leugen die je vertelt aan een vriendin die vraagt of haar nieu..

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