Károly Takács
Károly Takács
The Institute for Analytical Sociology (IAS), Linköping University
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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
Discrepancy and disliking do not induce negative opinion shifts
K Takács, A Flache, M Mäs
PloS one 11 (6), e0157948, 2016
Does incentive provision increase the quality of peer review? An experimental study
F Squazzoni, G Bravo, K Takács
Research Policy 42 (1), 287-294, 2013
The emergence and stability of groups in social networks
C Stadtfeld, K Takács, A Vörös
Social Networks 60, 129-145, 2020
Collective action and network change
K Takács, B Janky, A Flache
Social Networks 30 (3), 177-189, 2008
Status perceptions matter: Understanding disliking among adolescents
J Pál, C Stadtfeld, A Grow, K Takács
Journal of Research on Adolescence 26 (4), 805-818, 2016
Collapse of an online social network: Burning social capital to create it?
L Lőrincz, J Koltai, AF Győr, K Takács
Social Networks 57, 43-53, 2019
Social networks and intergroup conflict
K Takács
Structural embeddedness and intergroup conflict
K Takács
Journal of Conflict Resolution 45 (6), 743-769, 2001
Networks of reliable reputations and cooperation: a review
K Takács, J Gross, M Testori, S Letina, AR Kenny, EA Power, RPM Wittek
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1838), 20200297, 2021
The language of cooperation: reputation and honest signalling
S Számadó, D Balliet, F Giardini, EA Power, K Takács
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1838), 20200286, 2021
The miracle of peer review and development in science: An agent-based model
S Righi, K Takács
Scientometrics 113, 587-607, 2017
Social simulation that'peers into peer review'
F Squazzoni, T Károly
JASSS 4, ---, 2011
The evolution of altruism in spatially structured populations
A Németh, K Takács
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 10 (3), 2007
Social closure and the evolution of cooperation via indirect reciprocity
S Righi, K Takács
Scientific reports 8 (1), 11149, 2018
Szimuláció a társadalomtudományokban
B Kovács, K Takács
Szociológiai Szemle 13 (3), 27-49, 2003
Scarce and directly beneficial reputations support cooperation
F Samu, S Számadó, K Takács
Scientific reports 10 (1), 11486, 2020
The impact of hypocrisy on opinion formation: A dynamic model
MT Gastner, K Takács, M Gulyás, Z Szvetelszky, B Oborny
PloS one 14 (6), e0218729, 2019
Gossip and reputation in adolescent networks
D Kisfalusi, K Takács, J Pál
The oxford handbook of gossip and reputation, 359-379, 2019
What sustains stable cultural diversity and what undermines it? Axelrod and beyond
A Flache, MW Macy, K Takács
World Congress of Social Simulation, 2006
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