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Isabelle van der Vegt
Isabelle van der Vegt
Assistant professor, Department of Sociology, Utrecht University
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Measuring emotions in the covid-19 real world worry dataset
B Kleinberg, I Van Der Vegt, M Mozes
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.04225, 2020
2182020
Women worry about family, men about the economy: Gender differences in emotional responses to COVID-19
I Van der Vegt, B Kleinberg
Social Informatics: 12th International Conference, SocInfo 2020, Pisa, Italy …, 2020
1152020
Systematic review of mental health problems and violent extremism
P Gill, C Clemmow, F Hetzel, B Rottweiler, N Salman, I Van Der Vegt, ...
Violent Extremism, 24-51, 2021
1082021
The temporal evolution of a far-right forum
B Kleinberg, I van der Vegt, P Gill
Journal of Computational Social Science 4, 1-23, 2021
522021
Online influence, offline violence: language use on YouTube surrounding the ‘Unite the Right’rally
I Van der Vegt, M Mozes, P Gill, B Kleinberg
Journal of Computational Social Science 4, 333-354, 2021
392021
The grievance dictionary: Understanding threatening language use
I van der Vegt, M Mozes, B Kleinberg, P Gill
Behavior research methods, 1-15, 2021
362021
Reviewing the links between violent extremism and personality, personality disorders, and psychopathy
E Corner, H Taylor, I Van Der Vegt, N Salman, B Rottweiler, F Hetzel, ...
Violent Extremism, 73-102, 2021
352021
Identifying the sentiment styles of YouTube's vloggers
B Kleinberg, M Mozes, I van der Vegt
arXiv preprint arXiv:1808.09722, 2018
262018
Shedding Light on Terrorist and Extremist Content Removal
I van der Vegt, P Gill, S Macdonald, B Kleinberg
Global Research Network on Terrorism and Technology, 2019
192019
Detecting deceptive communication through linguistic concreteness
B Kleinberg, I van der Vegt, A Arntz
PsyArXiv, 2019
132019
Uphill from here: Sentiment patterns in videos from left-and right-wingYouTube news channels
F Soldner, JCT Ho, M Makhortykh, I Van der Vegt, M Mozes, B Kleinberg
Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Computational Social Science 3 …, 2019
112019
Advances in violent extremist risk analysis
P Gill, Z Marchment, S Zolghadriha, N Salman, B Rottweiler, C Clemmow, ...
Radicalization and Counter-Radicalization 25, 55-74, 2020
102020
A repeated-measures study on emotional responses after a year in the pandemic
M Mozes, I van der Vegt, B Kleinberg
Scientific reports 11 (1), 23114, 2021
92021
Towards Open and Reproducible Terrorism Studies: Current Trends and Next Steps
S Schumann, I van der Vegt, P Gill, B Schuurman
Perspectives on Terrorism 13 (5), 2019
92019
Proceed with caution: on the use of computational linguistics in threat assessment
I van der Vegt, B Kleinberg, P Gill
Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 18 (2), 231-239, 2023
52023
Predicting author profiles from online abuse directed at public figures.
I van der Vegt, B Kleinberg, P Gill
Journal of threat assessment and management 9 (1), 17, 2022
4*2022
Assessment procedures in anonymously written threats of harm and violence.
I van der Vegt, P Gregory, BB van der Meer, J Yang, B Kleinberg, P Gill
Journal of threat assessment and management 9 (1), 1, 2022
32022
Understanding lone-actor violence through linguistic analysis
I van der Vegt, B Kleinberg, P Gill
Lone-actor Terrorism: An Integrated Framework, 96-105, 2022
32022
Crowdsourcing samples for research on violent extremism: a research note
C Clemmow, I van der Vegt, B Rottweiler, S Schumann, P Gill
Terrorism and political violence 36 (3), 267-282, 2024
22024
Gender differences in online abuse: the case of Dutch politicians
I van der Vegt
Crime Science 13 (1), 5, 2024
12024
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