Modelling Human Behaviour and Cognition with Network Science

Networks are a simple and intuitive framework to model evolutionary events, human behaviour and cognition. In this talk, I will walk you through two network science approaches to evaluate how centrality and neighborhood structure can be key to infer collective behaviour in two different case studies: eliciting collective fairness in a multiplayer bargaining game, and reconstructing the mindset expressed in multiple suicide notes.

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Tobias Galla

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