Our research teams have had four different articles accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 2022 Social Simulation Conference, which will be held in Milan, Italy, in September.
- A paper led by Pati Antosz (with Ivan Puga-Gonzalez and me): “HUMe: An emo-socio-cognitive architecture for representing human decision-making in the presence of fear.
- A paper led by Ivan Puga-Gonzalez (with Konrad Talmont-Kaminski, Ross Gore, and me): “An agent-based model of prosocial equilibrium: Simulating the role of religiously motivated behavior in the formation and maintenance of large-scale societies.”
- A paper led by Piotr Laskowski (with Ivan, Konrad, and me): “A cognitive model of epistemic vigilance in situations of varying competence, consistency, and utility.”
- A paper led by Mariusz Rybnik (with Konrad, Ivan, Piotr, and me): “An Agent-Based Model of the Role of Epistemic Vigilance in Human Cooperation.”