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Gabi de Bruïne is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law at the VU University Amsterdam. Her project is focused on experimental comparisons of statements made by different cultural groups. Gabi completed two Master’s degrees at VU University Amsterdam, one in Criminology and one in International Crimes and Criminology. As part of her Master’s thesis, Gabi investigated cross-cultural differences in object recognition, comparing asylum seekers from Sub-Saharan Africa to a matched Western control group. The findings of her research were published in Applied Cognitive Psychology. Furthermore, Gabi has worked on a Rwandan legal case as part of Project Reasonable Doubt. Within the project she analysed a large number of statements from Rwandan genocide survivors. She is interested in witness statements in cross-cultural contexts and has a passion for the African continent, where she spent six months during her bachelor. 


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