dr. L.B. Mulder
Laetitia Mulder graduated social psychology at the Free University in Amsterdam in 1999. In 2004 she completed her PhD under supervision of Eric van Dijk, David de Cremer and Henk Wilke, at the department of Social and Organizational Psychology at Leiden University. Her dissertation was called "Throwing light on the dark side of sanctions"and concerned the effects of sanctioning systems in social dilemmas. In 2005-2009 she worked as an assistant professor at Tilburg University, department of Social Psychology. Since 2009 she works at the University of Groningen, at the department of HRM & OB, faculty of Economics and Business (since 2013 as Associate Professor). Her research topic is (im)moral behavior, and concerns, among others, the escalation of immoral behavior, the influence of sanctions and morality, and the effects of moralization of health.
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