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Kappenberger, Jakob, Kilian Theil und Heiner Stuckenschmidt (2022): Evaluating the Impact of AI-Based Priced Parking with Social Simulation. S. 54-75 in: Frank Hopfgartner, Kokil Jaidka, Philipp Mayr, Joemon Jose, Jan Breitsohl (Hrsg.) Social Informatics: 13th International Conference, SocInfo 2022, Glasgow, UK, October 19–21, 2022, Proceedings. Cham: Springer. mehr
Karakasheva, Ralitsa, Jascha Achterberg, Jana Berkessel, Alessia Cottone, Julia Dhar, Jon Jachimowicz, Yuna Lee, Ashley Whillans, Kai Ruggeri und Ludvig Bjorndal (2022): Work and workplace decision-making. S. 157-178 in: Kai Ruggeri (Hrsg.) Psychology and Behavioral Economics: Applications for Public Policy. 2nd edition, London: Routledge. mehr
Keusch, Florian, und Frauke Kreuter (2022): Digital trace data. Modes of data collection, applications, and errors at a glance. S. 100-118 in: Uwe Engel, Anabel Quan-Haase, Sunny Liu, Lars E. Lyberg (Hrsg.) Handbook of Computational Social Science. Volume 1. Theory, Case Studies and Ethics. London: Routledge. mehr
Kratz, Agatha, Maria Preißinger und Harald Schoen (2022): Changing crises, changing votes? Problem priorities, party competence, and electoral behavior in Germany 2009–2017. S. 209-226 in: Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Harald Schoen, Bernhard Weßels, Christoph Wolf (Hrsg.) The Changing German Voter. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mehr
Lorenz, Reilly, Jacob Beck, Sophie Horneber, Florian Keusch und Christopher Antoun (2022): Google Trends as a tool for public opinion research: An illustration of the perceived threats of immigration. S. 193-206 in: Steffen Pötzschke, Sebastian Rinken (Hrsg.) Migration Research in a Digitalized World: Using Innovative Technology to Tackle Methodological Challenges. Cham: Springer. mehr
Ludwig, Katharina, und Philipp Müller (2022): Does Social Media Use Promote Political Mass Polarization? A Structured Literature Review. S. 118-166 in: Bejamin Krämer, Philipp Müller (Hrsg.) Questions of Communicative Change and Continuity: In Memory of Wolfram Peiser. 1. Aufl., Baden-Baden: Nomos. mehr
Nyhuis, Dominic, Tobias Ringwald, Oliver Rittmann, Thomas Gschwend und Rainer Stiefelhagen (2022): Automated video analysis for social science research 1. S. 386-398 in: Uwe Engel, Anabel Quan-Haase, Sunny Liu, Lars E. Lyberg (Hrsg.) Handbook of computational social science, vol. 2: Data science, statistical modeling, and machine learning methods. New York: Routledge. mehr
Ruggeri, Kai, Jana Berkessel, Philipe Bujold, Maja Friedemann, Hannes Jarke, Kamilla Knutsen Steinnes, Mary MacLennan, Sahana Quail, Felice Tavera, Sanne Verra, Faisal Naru, Filippo Cavassini und Elizabeth Hardy (2022): A brief history of behavioral and decision sciences. S. 18-35 in: Kai Ruggeri (Hrsg.) Psychology and Behavioral Economics: Applications for Public Policy. 2nd edition, London: Routledge. mehr
Ruggeri, Kai, Olatz Ojinaga-Alfageme, Amel Benzerga, Jana Berkessel, Maja Friedemann, Renata Hlavova, Marvin Kunz, Nejc Plohl, Felicia Sundström, Tomas Folke, Brian Head und Michael Howlett (2022): Evidence-based policy. S. 201-225 in: Kai Ruggeri (Hrsg.) Psychology and Behavioral Economics: Applications for Public Policy. 2nd edition, London: Routledge. mehr
Schmitt-Beck, Rüdiger, und Alexander Staudt (2022): Media Biases and Voter Attitudes during the 2009, 2013, and 2017 Federal Election Campaigns. S. 257-281 in: Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Harald Schoen, Bernhard Weßels, Christof Wolf (Hrsg.) The Changing German Voter. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mehr

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