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Lakon and Colleagues Show Protective Role for Social Influence in Adolescents

In an article appearing in the American Journal of Public Health, CNRA faculty member and Associate Professor of Public Heath Cynthia Lakon and colleagues (including CNRA faculty Carter T. Butts and John Hipp, student Jupa Jose, and former postdoc Cheng Wang) show that social influence can actually have a protective effect among adolescents.  Using network

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Lab Alumnus Remy Cross In the News

Published on April 17, 2013 by in Uncategorized

NCASD alum Remy Cross was interviewed on NBC/KSDK to predict what sort of group was responsible for the 4/15 Boston Marathon bombings. While not much is known about the perpetrators, Cross believes it was a small group who is not likely to garner public support. Cross is Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of

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Profs Alexander Dolgin and Daniel Alexandrov Visit CNRA

Accomplished Professors Alexander Dolgin and Daniel Alexandrov visit the Social Networks Research Group on Tuesday, to discuss current research projects, and future directions. Alexander Dolgin is Professor and Head of Cultural Pragmatics Department of Moscow at the State School of Economics. He is author of the book Manifesto of the New Economy: Institutions and Business Models of the

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Ulrik Brandes Speaks at Social Network Research Group

Ulrik Brandes, professor at University of Konstanz and chief editor of  Network Analysis: Methodological Foundations, spoke at Social Networks Research Group. His talk was about the history, identity, and direction of network science. Ulrik is world-renowned for his methodological innovations in network analysis, and is one of today’s chief scholars in the field.  

 
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