Bio

I am a PhD researcher at the International Victimology Institute Tilburg (INTERVICT) with a background in social psychology and victimology. My PhD thesis focuses on negative third party reactions towards victims of sexual violence, with a specific interest in gender, stereotypes,  and the ‘normalization’ of sexual violence.  I am additionally interested in narrative victimology and emotion research, and have worked on projects involving deradicalization and victim rights.

Recent publications

  1. The normality of rape? - Observer reactions to stories of female and …

    Mulder, E. (2021). The normality of rape? Observer reactions to stories of female and male sexual assault.
  2. Negative third-party reactions to male and female victims of rape - T…

    Mulder, E., & Bohner, G. (2020). Negative third-party reactions to male and female victims of rape: The influence of harm and normativity concerns. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  3. The feminizing effect of sexual violence in third-party perceptions o…

    Mulder, E., Pemberton, A., & Vingerhoets, A. (2020). The feminizing effect of sexual violence in third-party perceptions of male and female victims. Sex Roles, 2020(82), 13-27.
  4. Tussen de regels door - Hoe slachtofferschap bevestigd, bevraagd en o…

    Mulder, E., & Bosma, A. (2020). Tussen de regels door: Hoe slachtofferschap bevestigd, bevraagd en ontkend wordt. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 62(1), 48-62.
  5. Observer reactions to emotional victims of serious crimes - Stereotyp…

    Bosma, A., Mulder, E., Pemberton, A., & Vingerhoets, A. (2018). Observer reactions to emotional victims of serious crimes: Stereotypes and expectancy violations. Psychology Crime & Law, 24(9), 957-977.

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