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Models of social influence: Towards the next frontiers
A Flache, M Mäs, T Feliciani, E Chattoe-Brown, G Deffuant, S Huet, ...
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 20 (4), 2017
3182017
Individualization as driving force of clustering phenomena in humans
M Mäs, A Flache, D Helbing
PLoS computational biology 6 (10), e1000959, 2010
2012010
Differentiation without distancing. Explaining bi-polarization of opinions without negative influence
M Mäs, A Flache
PloS one 8 (11), e74516, 2013
1852013
In the short term we divide, in the long term we unite: Demographic crisscrossing and the effects of faultlines on subgroup polarization
M Mäs, A Flache, K Takács, KA Jehn
Organization science 24 (3), 716-736, 2013
1152013
A behavioral study of “noise” in coordination games
M Mäs, HH Nax
Journal of Economic Theory 162, 195-208, 2016
842016
Discrepancy and disliking do not induce negative opinion shifts
K Takács, A Flache, M Mäs
PloS one 11 (6), e0157948, 2016
78*2016
How to get the timing right. A computational model of the effects of the timing of contacts on team cohesion in demographically diverse teams
A Flache, M Mäs
Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 14 (1), 23-51, 2008
75*2008
Towards representing human behavior and decision making in Earth system models–an overview of techniques and approaches
F Müller-Hansen, M Schlüter, M Mäs, JF Donges, JJ Kolb, K Thonicke, ...
Earth System Dynamics 8 (4), 977-1007, 2017
722017
Robust Clustering in Generalized Bounded Confidence Models
T Kurahashi-Nakamura, M Mäs, J Lorenz
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 19 (4), 2016
682016
Cultural integration and differentiation in groups and organizations
M Mäs, A Flache, JA Kitts
Perspectives on culture and agent-based simulations, 71-90, 2014
632014
Why do faultlines matter? A computational model of how strong demographic faultlines undermine team cohesion
A Flache, M Mäs
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 16 (2), 175-191, 2008
632008
On disciplinary fragmentation and scientific progress
S Balietti, M Mäs, D Helbing
PloS one 10 (3), e0118747, 2015
602015
Wann ist man deutsch? Empirische Ergebnisse eines faktoriellen Surveys
M Mäs, K Mühler, KD Opp
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 57 (1), 112-134, 2005
492005
Do intergroup conflicts necessarily result from outgroup hate?
M Mäs, J Dijkstra
PLoS One 9 (6), e97848, 2014
442014
Liking and disliking minority-group classmates: Explaining the mixed findings for the influence of ethnic classroom composition on interethnic attitudes
TH Stark, M Mäs, A Flache
Social science research 50, 164-176, 2015
372015
Region, Nation, Europa. Die Dynamik regionaler und überregionaler Identifikation
K Mühler, KD Opp, RR Michael Mäs
VS-Verlag, 2006
342006
Will the Personalization of Online Social Networks Foster Opinion Polarization?
M Mäs, L Bischofberger
Available at SSRN 2553436, 2015
302015
Communication in online social networks fosters cultural isolation
MA Keijzer, M Mäs, A Flache
Complexity 2018, 2018
292018
Regionalismus, Nationalismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit
M Mäs
VS-Verlag, 2005
23*2005
The diversity puzzle
M Mäs
ICS dissertation series. Ridderprint Offsetdrukkerij BV, Ridderkerk, 2010
162010
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