Grants

Research grants

Vrij, A & Granhag, P.A. ($250,000). Interviewing to elicit cues to deception. Grant paid by the US Government

The Universities of Maastricht (Merckelbach), Gothenburg (Granhag) and Portsmouth (Vrij) have received Erasmus Mundus funding for their Joint Doctorate Programmes in Legal Psychology (main applicant: Peter van Koppen, Maastricht University).

Vrij, A., & Granhag, P. A. ($320.000): Interviewing to elicit cues to deception. Grant paid by the US Government.

Granhag, P. A., & Vrij, A. ($350.000): Interviewing to elicit cues to deception. Grant paid by the US Government.

Granhag, P.A., Crombez, G., & Gamer, M. (€790.000): Optimising the detection of criminal intent and deception among criminal networks. Grant paid by the European Science Foundation.

Ben-Shakhar, G. (€115.000): The role of memory and future intentions in psychophysiological detection of concealed knowledge. Grant paid by the Israeli Science Foundation and an associated partner to the European Science Foundation  grant.

Meijer, E.H., Vrij, A., & Merckelbach, H. (€100.000): Verbal veracity assessment tools. Grant paid by the Dutch Ministry of Interior Relations.

Visiting grants

Meijer, E.H. Lady Davis Fellowship. Grant paid by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Verschuere, B. Stay Abroad Fellowship. Grant paid by the Research Foundation – Flanders.

Merckelbach, H. Visiting Professor Grant for Gershon Ben-Shakhar. Grant paid by the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research.

Merckelbach, H. Visiting Professor Grant for Aldert Vrij. Grant paid by the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences.

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