Babette van Hazebroek
Babette van Hazebroek is a PhD candidate criminology at the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology.
Legal responses to Juvenile Delinquency Persisting into Emerging Adulthood: Towards a Typology of Offenders based on Biosocial Risk Factors.
- Hazebroek B.C.M. van (27 May 2021), Understanding delinquent development from childhood into early adulthood in early onset offenders (PhD thesis. Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology , Faculty of Law, Leiden University) Meijers-reeks no. MI-367. Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Keijser J.W. de & Popma A., Wermink H.T. & Domburgh L. van.
- Hazebroek B.C.M. van, Wermink H.T., Domburgh L. van, Keijser J.W. de, Hoeve M. & Popma A. (2019), Biosocial studies of antisocial behavior: A systematic review of interactions between peri/prenatal complications, psychophysiological parameters, and social risk factors, Aggression and Violent Behavior 47: 169-188.
- Hazebroek B.C.M. van, Blokland A.A.J., Wermink H.T., Keijser J.W. de, Popma A. & Domburgh L. van (2019), Delinquent Development Among Early-Onset Offenders: Identifying and Characterizing Trajectories Based on Frequency Across Types of Offending, Criminal Justice and Behavior 46(11): 1542-1565.
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