Jan M. Gutteling’s expertise lies in the domains of social psychology. His focus is on risk perception and risk communication, with a special interest for the implications for human risk-related behaviour. Most of his teaching is on these issues as well. Gutteling published many articles, book chapters and several books.
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For an overview of my recent publications, go to my Google Scholar or ResearchGate pages (look for Jan M. Gutteling)
Kievik, M., Misana-Ter Huurne, E. F. J., Gutteling, J. M., & Giebels, E. (2018). Making it stick: Exploring the effects of information and behavioral training on self-protectiveness of citizens in a real-life safety setting. Safety science, 101, 1-10. DOI: 10.1016/j.ssci.2017.08.007
Stel, M., Ketelaar, D., Gutteling, J. M., Giebels, E., & Kerstholt, J. H. (2017). Het alarmeren en informeren van kwetsbare groepen bij crisissituaties. Universiteit Twente.
Terpstra, T., Enander, A., Gutteling, J. M., & Kuhlicke, C. (2017). Public perception of Risk. In K. Poljanšek, M. Marín Ferrer, T. De Groeve, & I. Clark (Eds.), Science for disaster risk management 2017 : knowing better and losing less (Vol. EUR 28034 EN, pp. 393-403). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. DOI: 10.2788/688605
Gutteling, J. M., & de Vries, P. W. (2017). Determinants of Seeking and Avoiding Risk-Related Information in Times of Crisis. Risk analysis, 37(1), 27-39. DOI: 10.1111/risa.12632
Tourenq, S., Boustras, G., & Gutteling, J. M. (2017). Risk communication policy design: Cyprus compared to France and the Netherlands. Journal of risk research, 20(4), 533-550. DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2015.1100656
Magendans, J., Gutteling, J. M., & Zebel, S. (2017). Psychological determinants of financial buffer saving: The influence of financial risk tolerance and regulatory focus. Journal of risk research, 20(8), 1076-1093. DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2016.1147491
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Jan Gutteling is involved in teaching for the courses and programme listed below and is also supervision of Bachelor and Master Theses for Psychology.