Erwin Mattijssen
Erwin Mattijssen
Nederlands Forensisch Instituut
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Minimizing contextual bias in forensic casework
RD Stoel, CEH Berger, W Kerkhoff, E Mattijssen, IE Dror, M Hickman, ...
Forensic science and the administration of justice: Critical issues and …, 2014
Implementing context information management in forensic casework: Minimizing contextual bias in firearms examination
EJAT Mattijssen, W Kerkhoff, CEH Berger, IE Dror, RD Stoel
Science & Justice 56 (2), 113-122, 2016
Validity and reliability of forensic firearm examiners
EJAT Mattijssen, CLM Witteman, CEH Berger, NW Brand, RD Stoel
Forensic science international 307, 110112, 2020
Bullet trajectory reconstruction–methods, accuracy and precision
EJAT Mattijssen, W Kerkhoff
Forensic science international 262, 204-211, 2016
Cognitive biases in the peer review of bullet and cartridge case comparison casework: A field study
EJAT Mattijssen, CLM Witteman, CEH Berger, RD Stoel
Science & Justice 60 (4), 337-346, 2020
An empirical study on the relation between the critical angle for bullet ricochet and the properties of wood
W Kerkhoff, I Alberink, EJAT Mattijssen
Journal of forensic sciences 60 (3), 605-610, 2015
Design and results of an exploratory double blind testing program in firearms examination
W Kerkhoff, RD Stoel, CEH Berger, E Mattijssen, R Hermsen, N Smits, ...
Science & Justice 55 (6), 514-519, 2015
Pistol bullet deflection through soft tissue simulants
W Kerkhoff, A Bolck, I Alberink, E Mattijssen, R Hermsen, F Riva
Forensic science international 289, 270-276, 2018
Ricochet behavior on glass—critical ricochet angles, ricochet angles, and deflection angles
EJAT Mattijssen, KDH Pater, RD Stoel
Journal of forensic sciences 61 (6), 1456-1460, 2016
Possible influences on bullet trajectory deflection in ballistic gelatine
F Riva, W Kerkhoff, A Bolck, EJAT Mattijssen
Forensic science international 271, 107-112, 2017
The influence of wood grain on the bullet's ricochet behavior
EJAT Mattijssen, I Alberink, SD Brouwer, W Kerkhoff
Journal of forensic sciences 61 (3), 765-772, 2016
Match me if you can: Evidence for a domain-general visual comparison ability
B Growns, JD Dunn, EJAT Mattijssen, A Quigley-McBride, A Towler
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 29 (3), 866-881, 2022
Rifle bullet deflection through a soft tissue simulant
F Riva, E Mattijssen, W Kerkhoff
Forensic science international 291, 199-206, 2018
Firearm examination: Examiner judgments and computer‐based comparisons
EJAT Mattijssen, CLM Witteman, CEH Berger, XA Zheng, JA Soons, ...
Journal of forensic sciences 66 (1), 96-111, 2021
Comparison and interpretation of impressed marks left by a firearm on cartridge cases–towards an operational implementation of a likelihood ratio based technique
F Riva, EJAT Mattijssen, R Hermsen, P Pieper, W Kerkhoff, C Champod
Forensic science international 313, 110363, 2020
Assessing the frequency of general fingerprint patterns by fingerprint examiners and novices
EJAT Mattijssen, CLM Witteman, CEH Berger, RD Stoel
Forensic Science International 313, 110347, 2020
The likelihood ratio approach in cartridge case and bullet comparison
W Kerkhoff, RD Stoel, E Mattijssen, R Hermsen
AFTE J 45 (3), 284-289, 2013
Objective evaluation of subclass characteristics on breech face marks
F Riva, R Hermsen, E Mattijssen, P Pieper, C Champod
Journal of forensic sciences 62 (2), 417-422, 2017
Bullet trajectory after impact on laminated particle board
EJAT Mattijssen, W Kerkhoff, ME Bestebreurtje
Journal of forensic sciences 63 (5), 1374-1382, 2018
A part-declared blind testing program in firearms examination
W Kerkhoff, RD Stoel, E Mattijssen, CEH Berger, FW Didden, JH Kerstholt
Science & justice 58 (4), 258-263, 2018
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