Accepted Papers

  • Akira Tsurushima. Impact of Herd Behavior and Visual Field of Agents on Crowd Evacuation Decisions
  • Alberto Bracci, Matthieu Nadini, Maxwell Aliapoulios, Ian Gray, Damon McCoy, Alexander Teytelboym, Angela Gallo and Andrea Baronchelli. Dark Web Marketplaces and COVID-19
  • Alberto Cottica, Amelia Hassoun, Guy Melançon, Jan Kubik, Benjamin Renoust, Bruno Pinaud and Richard Mole. Comparing techniques to reduce networks of ethnographic codes co-occurrence
  • Aleksandra Alorić, Marija Mitrović Dankulov, Aleksandar Tomašević and Ana Vranić. Sustainability of Stack Exchange Q&A communities: the role of social cohesion and trust
  • Aliakbar Akbaritabar. A Quantitative View of the Structure of Institutional Scientific Collaborations
  • Alice Battiston, Ludovico Napoli, Paolo Bajardi, André Panisson, Alan Perotti, Micheal Szell and Rossano Schifanella. Understanding the determinants of gender gap in cycling
  • Alicia Cork and Miriam Koschate-Reis. Developing a Behavioural Typology of Social Identities
  • Alvin Zhou, Kokil Jaidka, Harshit Aneja and Yphtach Lelkes. Reply and Reaction: How Interactive Features Regulate Communication Dynamics on Social Media
  • Amit Goldenberg, Goran Muric, Robb Willer, James Gross and Emilio Ferrara. Preference for Politically Extreme Others in Retweet Networks
  • Anand Sahasranaman and Henrik Jensen. Distribution of neighbourhood size in cities
  • Anastasia Menshikova and Frank van Tubergen. What drives anti-immigrant sentiments online? A novel approach using Twitter
  • Andreas Spitz, Timoté Vaucher, Michele Catasta and Robert West. Quotebank: A Corpus of Quotations from a Decade of News
  • Anna Di Natale, Max Pellert and David Garcia. Colexification networks encode affective meaning
  • Ashkan Kazemi, Kiran Garimella, Devin Gaffney and Scott Hale. Scaling Global Fact-Checking with Multilingual Claim Matching
  • Ashkan Kazemi, Kiran Garimella, Gautam Kishore Shahi, Devin Gaffney and Scott Hale. Misinformation Tiplines: The 2019 Indian General Election on WhatsApp
  • Ashwin Rajadesingan, Paul Resnick and Ceren Budak. Political Discussion is Abundant in non-political Subreddits (and Less Toxic)
  • Bayu Adhi Tama, Chrysan Angela Piarso, Lev Manovich and Meeyoung Cha. How Ideas Spread? Analyzing Growth and Diffusion of Topics in Event-based Social Network
  • Benjamin Turner. Developing and applying sequence-based similarity methods for dynamic audiovisual stimuli
  • Carolina Vieira, Emilio Zagheni and Sophie Lohmann. Measuring Cultural Distance between Countries using Facebook Data: The case of food as a cultural marker
  • Christopher Klamm and Moritz Laurer. From NLP to CSS: A Practical Guide to Using Transformers in Your Next (Open) Research Project
  • Chuqing Zhao. Scientific Collaboration Networks and Knowledge Diffusion under the COVID19
  • Cristian Pulido, Luisa Fernanda Chaparro, Jorge Rudas, Jorge Victorino, Camilo Estrada, Luz Angela Narvaez and Francisco Gomez. Data filtering and classification for the identification of texts related to security in Bogotá Colombia
  • Dakota Murray, Jisung Yoon, Sadamori Kojaku, Rodrigo Costas, Woo-Sung Jung, Staša Milojević and Yong-Yeol Ahn. Unsupervised embeddings of trajectories captures the latent structure of mobility
  • Daniel Barkoczi, Manuel Cebrian and Niccolo Pescetelli. The Indirect Influence of Bots on Humans through Recommendation Algorithms
  • Daniele Rama, Tiziano Piccardi, Rossano Schifanella and Miriam Redi. A Large Scale Study of Reader Interactions with Images on Wikipedia
  • David Adelani, Ryota Kobayashi, Ingmar Weber and Przemyslaw Grabowicz. Estimating Community Feedback Effect on Topic Choice in Social Media
  • Derek Weber and Frank Neumann. Finding Coordinating Communities on Social Media
  • Dessi Kirilova, Diana Kapiszewski and Colin Elman. Transparent CSS Research: Post-Project Sharing of Human Participant Data
  • Duilio Balsamo, Paolo Bajardi, Alberto Salomone and Rossano Schifanella. Nonmedical Opioid Consumption on Reddit: Patterns of Routes of Administration and Drug Tampering
  • Elahe Naserian and Miriam Koschate. How Different types of Online Group Membership Affects Addiction Recovery Progress
  • Elahe Naserianhanzaei and Miriam Koschate-Reis. Understanding group membership from language use
  • Elise Jing and Yong-Yeol Ahn. Characterizing Partisan Political Narratives about COVID-19 on Twitter
  • Elliott Ash. Intro to Transformers for Text Analysis
  • Esther Denecke, Monica Alexander, Emanuele Del Fava and Emilio Zagheni. Modeling Biases of Facebook data to Nowcast Migrant Stocks in the United States
  • Eszter Bokanyi, Martin Novák, Ákos Jakobi and Balazs Lengyel. The emergence of hierarchy in spatial diffusion over the life-cycle of innovations
  • Eszter Bokanyi, Sándor Juhász, Márton Karsai and Balazs Lengyel. The effect of commuting on the income assortativityof social network ties
  • Feifan Liu, Shuang Zhang and Haoxiang Xia. Quantifying Patterns of Scholars’ Aggregated Flow among Interacting Subfields
  • Felix Soldner, Bennett Kleinberg and Shane Johnson. Data confounds lead to performance overestimations in fake review detections
  • Felix Stamm, Leonie Neuhäuser, Florian Lemmerich, Michael Schaub and Markus Strohmaier. Simulating systematic errors in attributed networks
  • Firman Firmansyah, Ahmad Pratama and Arie Wijayanto. What’s in a Name? Gender Equality Progress in Javanese Society
  • Forrest Hangen and Daniel O’Brien. The Choice to Discriminate: How Source of Income Discrimination Constrains Opportunity for Housing Choice Voucher Holders
  • George Berry, Antonio Sirianni, Ingmar Weber, Jisun An and Michael Macy. Estimating homophily in social networks using dyadic predictions
  • Gulcan Petricli, Tulin Inkaya and A. Gül Gökay Emel. Profiling Green Citizens with Supervised and Unsupervised Learning: Integration of Socio-demographics and Self-reported Data
  • Guo Xiaolei. Network Agenda Setting between NGOs and Media on Twitter around COP25
  • Guy Aridor. Measuring Competition in the Attention Economy: Evidence from Social Media
  • Hamsa Bastani, Osbert Bastani and Park Sinchaisri. Learning Best Practices: Can Machine Learning Improve Human Decision-Making?
  • Hancheng Cao, Chia-Jung Lee, Shamsi Iqbal, Mary Czerwinski, Priscilla Wong, Sean Rintel, Brent Hecht, Jaime Teevan and Longqi Yang. Large Scale Analysis of Multitasking Behavior During Remote Meetings
  • Hancheng Cao, Vivian Yang, Victor Chen, Yu Jin Lee, Lydia Stone, N’Godjigui Junior Diarrassouba, Mark Whiting and Michael Bernstein. My Team Will Go On: Differentiating High and Low Viability Teams through Team Interaction
  • Hannah Metzler, Bernard Rimé, Max Pellert, Thomas Niederkrotenthaler, Anna Di Natale and David Garcia. Collective Emotions during the COVID-19 Outbreak
  • Hao Peng, Daniel Romero and Emoke-Agnes Horvat. Analyzing Online Attention to Retracted Papers
  • Henry Dambanemuya, Eunseo Choi, Darren Gergle and Emőke-Ágnes Horvát. An Experimental Study of the Effectiveness of Crowd Signals in Online Fundraising
  • Ho-Chun Herbert Chang, Allissa Richardson and Emilio Ferrara. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd: How Instagram Facilitated the George Floyd Protests
  • Homa Hosseinmardi, Amir Ghasemian, Aaron Clauset, David Rothschild, Markus Mobius and Duncan Watts. Examining Radical Content on YouTube
  • Hongwei Peng, Yifan Qian and Pietro Panzarasa. Quantifying the temporal patterns of interdisciplinarity in scientists’ careers
  • Iacopo Pozzana, Ylli Prifti and Alessandro Provetti. Live monitoring 4chan Discussion Threads
  • Ian Van Buskirk, Daniel Larremore and Aaron Clauset. Gender Prediction: Inference or Assumption?
  • Indira Sen, Fabian Flöck and Claudia Wagner. On the Validity and Reliability of Measuring Political Approval from Tweets
  • Indira Sen, Fabian Flöck, Katrin Weller, Bernd Weiß and Claudia Wagner. TED-On: An Error Framework for Digital Traces of Human on Online Platforms
  • Inho Hong, Leonardo Ferreira, Alex Rutherford and Manuel Cebrian. Epidemic-driven protests and protest-driven epidemics
  • Irma Varela-Lasheras, Sara Mesquita, Lília Perfeito, Pedro Rio, Cláudia Soares and Joana Gonçalves-Sá. Flu or Not: A computational approach to respiratory-disease surveillance
  • Isaac Johnson, Florian Lemmerich, Diego Saez-Trumper, Robert West, Markus Strohmaier and Leila Zia. Global gender differences in Wikipedia readership
  • Isaac Waller and Ashton Anderson. Behavioral Embeddings: Extracting Insight from Unstructured Social Data
  • Isaac Waller and Ashton Anderson. Quantifying Online Political Echo Chambers with Community Embeddings
  • Ivan Smirnov. On a pitfall of measurements in computational social science
  • Ivan Smirnov. Understanding the gender pay gap in the online freelance marketplace
  • Jacqueline Hannan, Huei-Yen Chen and Kenneth Joseph. Who Gets What, According to Whom? An Analysis of Fairness Perceptions in Service Allocation
  • Jaehyuk Park, Bogdan State, Monica Bhole, Michael Bailey and Yong-Yeol Ahn. People, Places, and Ties: Landscape of social places and their social network structures
  • Jana Lasser, Johannes Sorger, Lukas Richter, Daniela Schmid and Peter Klimek. Assessing the effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical COVID-19 intervention measures in schools
  • Jan Voltaire Vergara, Kevin Brito and Kenneth Joseph. A Study on Forecasting Residential Displacement in a U.S. City
  • Jason Burton and Ulrike Hahn. Towards More Reproducible and Meaningful Computational Social Science
  • Jason Yan, Yuhao Du, Melanie Sage and Kenneth Joseph. What can Administrative Data tell us about Service Allocation to American Foster Youth?
  • Javier Garcia-Bernardo, Petr Janský, Miroslav Palanský and Daniel Haberly. Long-term costs of corporate tax avoidance at the country level
  • Jean-Philippe Cointet, Dominique Cardon, Andreï Mogoutov, Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou, Guillaume Plique and Pedro Ramaciotti Morales. Uncovering the structure of the French media ecosystem ?
  • Jiaxin Pei and David Jurgens. Computational Modeling of Intimacy in Language and Social Norms in Interpersonal Communications
  • Jonas L. Juul and Johan Ugander. Harder, better, faster, stronger cascades — or simply larger?
  • Jonas Paul Schöne, Gloria Wai Shan Ma and Brian Parkinson. Multimethod Analysis of Social Sharing During an Ongoing Collective Crisis
  • Jonas Stein, Marc Keuschnigg and Arnout van de Rijt. Network Segregation and the Propagation of Misinformation
  • Joyce Delnoij, Sarah Rezaei and Arnout van de Rijt. Jump bidding in online auctions: An in vivo experiment
  • Judith Kas, Joyce Delnoij, Rense Corten and Paolo Parigi. The relation between international Airbnb experience and trust in outgroup members
  • Julia Mendelsohn, Ceren Budak and David Jurgens. Modeling the framing of immigration on social media
  • Julia Mendelsohn, Sayan Ghosh, Ceren Budak and David Jurgens. Bridging Nations: Quantifying the Influence of Multilinguals in the European Twitter Network
  • Julia Schulte-Cloos. Drafting and publishing scientific articles with R Markdown
  • Justin Chun-Ting Ho, Caterina Froio and Sebastian Stier. Tweeting, or Posting, that is the question: Measuring the Platform Effect in Political Campaigns on COVID-19 in the UK
  • Kai-Cheng Yang, Francesco Pierri, Pik-Mai Hui, David Axelrod, Christopher Torres-Lugo, John Bryden and Filippo Menczer. The COVID-19 Infodemic: Twitter versus Facebook
  • Kara L. Johnson, Jennifer L. Walsh, Yuri A. Amirkhanian and Nicole B. Carnegie. Estimation for DeGroot Opinion Diffusion Models with Small Datasets Using a Genetic Algorithm
  • Karandeep Singh, Seungeon Lee, Giuseppe Joe Labiancaba, Jesse Michael Fagan and Meeyoung Cha. A Multi-Stage Learning Model for Predicting Tie Valence in Organizations
  • Katharina Tittel. Should They Stay or Should They Go? A Comparative Computational Analysis of the Salience and Framing of Eastern European Migrants in the French, German and UK Press, 2004-19
  • Katherine O’Toole and Emoke-Agnes Horvat. Novelty and Cultural Change in Modern Popular Music
  • Kenji Itao and Kunihiko Kaneko. Evolution of Kinship Structures Driven by Marriage Tie and Competition
  • Kit Rodolfa, Pedro Saleiro and Rayid Ghani. Dealing with Bias and Fairness in Data Science Systems
  • Kiyoshi Kanazawa and Didier Sornette. Power-law intensity distributions in linear and nonlinear self-excited Hawkes processes
  • Kokil Jaidka, Subhayan Mukerjee and Yphtach Lelkes. An audit of Twitter’s shadowban sanctions in the United States
  • Kristina Gligoric, Ryen W White, Emre Kiciman, Eric Horvitz, Arnaud Chiolero and Robert West. Formation of Social Ties Influences Food Choice: A Campus-Wide Longitudinal Study
  • Ksenia Mukhina. Destination image of museums through social media lens
  • Lana Sanyoura and Ashton Anderson. Organic Consumption Behaviour on Subscription Crowdfunding Platforms
  • Lanu Kim, Bas Hofstra and Sebastian Munoz-Najar Galvez. Differential Return on Performance Persists the Gender Pay Gap among Faculty
  • Leping Wang. Human Capital and the Upward Occupational Mobility of Chinese Rural Migrant Workers
  • Levin Brinkmann, Deniz Gezerli, Kira von Kleist, Thomas F. Müller, Iyad Rahwan and Niccolò Pescetelli. Human biases limit algorithmic boosting of cultural evolution.
  • Lia Bozarth and Ceren Budak. Evaluating Twitter Data Collection Methodologies for Political Science Research
  • Lia Bozarth and Ceren Budak. Who’s advertising on Low-credibility News Sites?
  • Likun Cao, Ziwen Chen and James Evans. Novelty and New Venture Success
  • Lilia Perfeito and Joana Gonçalves-Sá. An evolutionary model for the spread of information on Twitter
  • Lluc Font-Pomarol, Roger Guimerà, Marta Sales-Pardo and Sergio Nasarre-Aznar. Data Science of Judicial Decisions for Evidence-Based Housing policies in Spain
  • Lluis Danus, Carles Muntaner, Marta Sales-Pardo and Roger Guimera. Different collaboration patterns and impact of prominent researchers in Europe and North America
  • Lorenzo Lucchini, Laura Alessandretti, Bruno Lepri, Angela Gallo and Andrea Baronchelli. From code to market: Network of developers andcorrelated returns of cryptocurrencies
  • Luca Carbone and Jonathan Mijs. Sounds like meritocracy to my ears: Exploring the link between inequality in popular music and private culture
  • Lucas Böttcher and Hans Gersbach. The great divide: drivers of polarization in the US public
  • Luisa Fernanda Chaparro, Cristian Pulido, Jorge Rudas, Camilo Estrada, Jorge Victorino, Luz Narvaez and Francisco Gómez. Interpretability Of The Perception Of Security Based On Tweets Content
  • Manoel Horta Ribeiro, Shagun Jhaver, Savvas Zannettou, Jeremy Blackburn, Emiliano De Cristofaro, Gianluca Stringhini and Robert West. Does Platform Migration Compromise Content Moderation? Evidence from r/The_Donald and r/Incels
  • Manoel Horta Ribeiro, Thorsten Ruprechter, Kristina Gligoric, Maxime Peyrard, Tiago Teixeira Santos, Denis Helic, Florian Lemmerich, Markus Strohmaier and Robert West. Pageviews and volunteer contributions to Wikipedia increased during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Marc-Etienne Brunet, Ashton Anderson and Richard Zemel. Implications of Underspecification on Neural Network Interpretability
  • Marco Brambilla, Alireza Javadian Sabet and Amin Endah Sulistiawati. Conversation Graphs in Online Social Media
  • Mark Whiting and Duncan Watts. How common is commonsense?
  • Martin Lukac and Alberto Stefanelli. Discovering Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects in Conjoint Experiments: Conjoint Finite Mixture Model
  • Martin Saveski, Doug Beeferman, David McClure and Deb Roy. Communicating Across Political Divides on Social Media
  • Mary Sanford. Agency in Online Climate Change Discourse
  • Mattia Samory, Indira Sen, Julian Kohne, Fabian Floeck and Claudia Wagner. Validity and Reliability in Sexism Detection
  • Max Pellert, Hannah Metzler and David Garcia. Validating social media macroscopes of emotions
  • Max Schindler and Emese Domahidi. The Computational Turn in Online Mental Health Research: A Systematic Review
  • Michael Reiss and Michael Latzer. Internet Users’ Non-Use of Online News – Evidence from Combined Tracking, Survey and Web Data
  • Minali Aggarwal, Jennifer Allen, Dan Frankowski, Solomon Messing and Sylvan Zheng. A New Surrogate Metric to Measure Political Persuasion Online
  • Minje Choi, Luca Aiello, Krisztian Varga and Daniele Quercia. Inferring Ten Social Dimensions of Conversations and Relationships
  • Miriam Koschate, Elahe Naserian, Anna Telling and Kartiki Maheshwari. Tracking parent identity development in online forum posts
  • Mohamad Hosseinioun, Hyejin Youn and Jaehyuk Park. I Hold the Nail; You Pound the Hammer: Division of Know-how and Future of Work
  • Mohsen Mosleh, Cameron Martel, Dean Eckles and David Rand. Perverse Downstream Consequences of Debunking
  • Mohsen Mosleh, Cameron Martel, Dean Eckles and David Rand. Shared partisanship dramatically increases social tie formation in a Twitter field experiment
  • Mohsen Mosleh, Gordon Pennycook, Antonio Arechar and David Rand. Cognitive reflection correlates with behavior on Twitter
  • Morgan Frank, Esteban Moro, Alex Pentland, Alex Rutherford, Manuel Cebrián and Iyad Rahwan. Universal resilience patterns in labor markets
  • Morgan Frank, Esteban Moro, Alex Rutherford and Iyad Rahwan. The hidden constraints on worker mobility: how workplace skills determine a worker’s next move
  • Moritz Hoferer, Kieran Mepham and Arto Kekkonen. Affective Polarization on Reddit
  • Moritz Laurer. Using Deep Learning to Monitor Government Responses to COVID-19 in International Media – A Text Classifier Fine-Tuned on an Unintended Training Dataset
  • Muyang Li and Zhifan Luo. Evaluating the Impacts of Ideological Campaign on Social Media
  • Narges Azizi Fard, Gianmarco De Francisci Morales, Yelena Mejova and Rossano Schifanella. On The Interplay Between Educational Attainment and Nutrition: A Spatially-Aware Perspective
  • Nicholas LaBerge, K. Hunter Wapman, Sam Zhang, Daniel Larremore and Aaron Clauset. Subfields, gender, and prestige in computer science faculty hiring
  • Nils Köbis, Leib Margarita, Rainer Rilke, Marloes Hagens and Bernd Irlenbusch. The corruptive force of AI-generated advice
  • Omkar Terse, Kristen Flaherty and Brooke Foucault Welles. Behavioral Correlates of Performance and Satisfaction in Problem-Solving Teams
  • Ozan Aksoy. Preaching to the Social Media: Effects of Turkey’s Friday Khutbas on Twitter
  • Pedro Ramaciotti Morales and Jean-Philippe Cointet. Online Social Movements Dynamics in Ideological Spaces
  • P Kumar Sachin, Weifeng Li and Aaron Schecter. Sentiments and Information Diffusion on Social Media: A Curvilinear Relationship
  • Przemyslaw Grabowicz and Nicholas Perello. Resilience of Supervised Learning Algorithms to Discriminatory Poisoning of Training Data
  • Punyajoy Saha, Binny Mathew, Kiran Garimella and Animesh Mukherjee. Short is the Road that Leads from Fear to Hate: Fear Speech in Indian WhatsApp Groups
  • Pu Yan and Ralph Professor Schroeder. Watching Politics: Analysing News and Political YouTube Consumption in the US
  • Ramon Villa-Cox, Helen Zeng, Ashiqur Khudabukhsh and Kathleen Carley. Exploring Polarization of Users Behavior on Twitter During the 2019 South American Protests
  • Reid McIlroy-Young, Russell Wang, Jon Kleinberg, Siddhartha Sen and Ashton Anderson. Learning Personalized Models of Human Behavior in Chess
  • Renzhe Yu, Hansol Lee and Rene Kizilcec. Should College Dropout Prediction Models Include Protected Attributes?
  • Resul Umit. Writing Reproducible Research Papers with R Markdown
  • Rezvaneh Rezapour, Samin Aref, Ly Dinh and Jana Diesner. PyNetworkshop: Hands-on tutorial on analyzing social network data in Jupyter Python
  • Riccardo Gallotti, Francesco Valle, Nicola Castaldo, Pierluigi Sacco and Manlio De Domenico. Assessing the risk of ‘infodemics’ in response to COVID-19 epidemics
  • Robert West. Calibration of Google Trends Time Series with Google Trends Anchor Bank
  • Sadamori Kojaku, Jisung Yoon, Isabel Constantino and Yong Yeol Ahn. residual2vec: a bias-corrected embedding for graphs
  • Samar Haider, Homa Hosseinmardi, Bryan Li, Markus Mobius, David Rothschild and Duncan Watts. Diversity or Uniformity? Content Overlap in Online News
  • Samin Aref and Zachary Neal. Identifying splinter coalitions in the US House of Representatives by optimally partitioning signed networks based on generalized balance
  • Sam Zhang, K. Hunter Wapman, Daniel B. Larremore and Aaron Clauset. A labor advantage drives the greater productivity of faculty at elite universities
  • Sándor Juhász, Ádám Kovács, Balázs Lengyel and Eszter Bokányi. Income of home neighborhood and the structure and concentration of online social ties in US metro areas
  • Saumya Bhadani, Shun Yamaya, Alessandro Flammini, Filippo Menczer, Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia and Brendan Nyhan. Political audience diversity and news reliability in algorithmic ranking
  • Serina Chang and Johan Ugander. To Recommend or Not? A Model-Based Comparison of Item-Matching Processes
  • Shuang Zhang, Feifan Liu and Haoxiang Xia. Understanding Scholars’ foraging Behavior in Knowledge Embedded Space
  • Shubhanshu Mishra, Sijun He and Luca Belli. Demographic Bias in Named Entity Recognition
  • Sian Brooke. Trouble in Programmers Paradise: Gender Biases in Technical Knowledge on Stack Overflow
  • Simone Righi, Shirsendu Podder and Karoly Takacs. Local Reputation, Local Selection, and the Leading Eight Norms
  • Sofia Dokuka, Anastasiia Kapuza, Elizaveta Sivak, Michael Sverdlov and Timofey Yalov. Digital traces reveal the gender gap of flexible workers: women work less in the evenings
  • Stefano Balietti, Lise Getoor, Daniel G. Goldstein and Duncan Watts. Talking about Politics: How Informal Communication Shapes Views about Redistribution
  • Subhayan Mukerjee. Measuring Selective Exposure: A Systematic Comparison of the Application of Community Detection Algorithms in Theoretical and Empirical Co-exposure Networks
  • Sudhanshu Mishra, Shivangi Prasad and Shubhanshu Mishra. Multi-task multi-lingual hate speech detection
  • Sungkyu Park, Hyunho Song, Sungwon Han, Lev Manovich, Emanuele Arielli and Meeyoung Cha. The Shape of Design History: Exploring Evolution of Sneakers Design at Scale Using Contrastive Learning
  • Sven Banisch and Hawal Shamon. Biased processing and opinion polarization: Experimental refinement of argument communication theory in the context of the energy debate
  • Svetlana Zhuchkova. How Many Russian Women Are Murdered by Partners and Relatives: Evidence from Text Analysis of Court Decisions
  • Taichi Murayama, Shoko Wakamiya, Eiji Aramaki and Ryota Kobayashi. Modeling the Spread of Fake News on Twitter
  • Takayuki Mizuno, Shuhei Kurizaki, Shohei Doi and Masashi Toyoda. Echo Chambers and American and Chinese Public Diplomacy during the COVID-19 Era
  • Talia Kaufmann. Assessing access inequality in American cities using amenity consumption patterns
  • Tiziano Piccardi, Miriam Redi, Giovanni Colavizza and Robert West. On the Value of Wikipedia as a Gateway to the Web
  • Tomislav Duricic, Volker Seiser and Elisabeth Lex. Cross-platform analysis of user comments in YouTube videos linked on Reddit’s conspiracy theory forum
  • Trivik Verma, Mikhail Sirenko, Itto Kornecki, Scott Cunningham and Nuno Araujo. Extracting Spatiotemporal Demand for Public Transit from Mobility Data
  • Valeria D’Andrea, Oriol Artime, Nicola Castaldo, Pierluigi Sacco, Riccardo Gallotti and Manlio De Domenico. Epidemic proximity and imitation dynamics drive infodemic waves during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Veniamin Veselovsky, Isaac Waller and Ashton Anderson. ‘Imagine All the People’: Characterizing Social Music Sharing on Reddit
  • Wentao Xu and Kazutoshi Sasahara. Twitter Bot Networks and Activity Patterns during the COVID-19 Infodemic
  • Xiancheng Li, Yifan Qian, Mauricio Barahona and Pietro Panzarasa. Publishing the first patent boosts scientists’ performance
  • Xinlan Emily Hu, Mark E. Whiting and Michael S. Bernstein. Can Online Juries Make Consistent, Repeatable Decisions?
  • Xinyi Zhao, Samin Aref, Emilio Zagheni and Guy Stecklov. The interplay between migration, gender, career stages, and citations: Evidence on German-affiliated researchers from Scopus
  • Y. Anthony Chen and Xinyi Wang. Subscribing to Sexual Health Content on YouTube: An Exploratory Analysis of Prevalent Topics among 2018-2019 YouTube Videos
  • Yian Yin, Jian Gao, Benjamin Jones and Dashun Wang. Coevolution of policy and science during the pandemic
  • Yifan Qian, Ching Jin and Pietro Panzarasa. Teams with unexpected collaboration between institutions are associated with higher impact
  • Yiling Lin, James Evans and Lingfei Wu. Novelty, Disruption, and the Evolution of Scientific Impact
  • Yingdan Lu and Jennifer Pan. The Pervasive Presence of Chinese Government Content on Douyin Trending Videos
  • Ying Kiat Tan and Tsuhan Chen. Countering Filter Bubble with a “Bait-and-Switch” News Recommender System
  • Yingying Chen and Luping Wang. An Automated Method to Classify Users in Twitter Event Data
  • Yuanmo He and Milena Tsvetkova. Estimating Individual Socioeconomic Status of Twitter Users
  • Yuhao Du, Jessica Nordell and Kenneth Joseph. The Big Role of Small Effects in Creating Gender Disparities in Organizations
  • Yulia Dementeva, Sofia Dokuka, Ger Graus, Elizaveta Sivak and Ivan Smirnov. Children’s Occupational Preferences: Evidence from a Theme Park Behavior Logs
  • Zeyu Lyu and Hiroki Takikawa. Anti-China sentiments during the COVID-19 pandemic: An analysis using deep learning methods