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Institute of Criminology



Christoph Herrmann is a PhD student in the Center for Analytic Criminology under supervision of Dr. Kyle Treiber. He received an MPhil in criminological research from the University of Cambridge, a BSc. in Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics (PPLE) with a major in Psychology from the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), and a BA in International Business from the Corporate State University Heidenheim (Germany). His PhD project is funded by the Cambridge Trust.


Keywords: criminal decision-making, rule breaking, Situational Action Theory, slippery slope of unethical behaviour, experimental vignette studies, virtual reality studies