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Peer reviewed journals

Michael Mäs, and Dirk Helbing (in press) Random deviations improve micro-macro predictions. An empirical test. Sociological Methods and Research.

Finn Müller-Hansen, Maja Schlüter, Michael Mäs, Jonathan F. Donges, Jakob J. Kolb, Kirsten Thonicke, and Jobst Heitzig (in press) How to represent human behavior and decision making in Earth system models? A guide to techniques and approaches. Earth System Dynamics.

Andreas Flache, Michael Mäs, Thomas Feliciani, Edmund Chattoe-Brown, Guillaume Deffuant, Sylvie Huet, and Jan Lorenz (2017) Models of Social Influence: Towards the Next FrontiersJournal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 20 (4) 2

Takasumi Kurahashi-Nakamura, Michael Mäs, and Jan Lorenz (2016) Robust clustering in generalized bounded confidence models. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 19(7) 7

Michael Mäs, and Karl-Dieter Opp (2016) When is ignorance bliss? Disclosing true information and cascades of norm violation in networks. Social Networks. 47 116-129

Károly Takács, Andreas Flache, and Michael Mäs (2016) Discrepancy and Disliking Do Not Induce Negative Opinion Shifts. PLoS One. 11(6)

Michael Mäs, and Heinrich Nax (2016) A behavioral study of “noise” in coordination games. Journal of Economic Theory. 162. 195-208

Balietti, Stefano, Michael Mäs, and Dirk Helbing (2015) On Disciplinary Fragmentation and Scientific Progress. PLoS One 10(3)

Mäs, Michael, and Jacob Dijkstra (2014) Do Intergroup Conflicts Necessarily Result from Outgroup Hate?. PLoS One 9(6)

Mäs, Michael, Andreas Flache, Károly Takács, and Karen Jehn (2013) In the short term we divide, in the long term we unite: Demographic crisscrossing and the effects of faultlines on subgroup polarization. Organization Science 24: 716-736

Mäs, Michael, Andreas Flache, and Dirk Helbing (2010) Individualization as Driving Force of Clustering Phenomena in Humans. PLoS Computational Biology 6

Flache, Andreas, and Michael Mäs (2008) Why do faultlines matter? A computational model of how strong demographic faultlines undermine team cohesion. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 16: 175-191.

Flache, Andreas, and Michael Mäs (2008) How to get the timing right? A computational model of how demographic faultlines undermine team performance and how the right timing of contacts can solve the problem. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 14: 23-51.

Mäs, Michael; Kurt Mühler, and Karl-Dieter Opp (2005) Wann ist man deutsch? Empirische Ergebnisse eines faktoriellen Surveys. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 57: 112-134.


Mäs, Michael (2010) The diversity puzzle - Explaining clustering and polarization of opinions. ICS-Dissertation series.

Mühler, Kurt; Karl-Dieter Opp; Michael Mäs, and Ralph Richter (2006) Region, Nation, Europa. Die Dynamik regionaler und überregionaler Identifikation. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

Mäs, Michael (2005) Regionalismus, Nationalismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

Book sections

Flache, Andreas, Dieko Bakker, Michael Mäs, and Jacob Dijkstra. (2017) The double edge of counter-sanctions. Is peer sanctioning robust to counter-punishment but vulnerable to counter-reward? In Social dilemmas, institutions, and the evolution of cooperation, Editors: Ben Jann, and Wojtek Przepiorka. De Gruyter Oldenbourg.

Michael Mäs (2014) Modelle sozialer Beeinflussung. In HandbuchModellbildung und Simulation in den Sozialwissenschaften, edited by Norman Braun, and Nicole J. Saam. Wiesbaden: Springer VS 
Flache, Andreas, and Michael Mäs (2014) Multi-Agenten-Modelle. In HandbuchModellbildung und Simulation in den Sozialwissenschaften, edited by Norman Braun, and Nicole J. Saam. Wiesbaden: Springer VS 

Mäs, Michael, Andreas Flache, and James Kitts (2013) Cultural Integration and Differentiation in Groups and Organizations. in Perspectives on Culture and Agent-based Simulations. Integrating Cultures, edited by Virginia Dignum and Frank Dignum. Springer

Mäs, Michael, and James Kitts (2011) Social influence and the emergence of cultural norms. in Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. Springer

Mäs, Michael, and Andrea Knecht (2008) Die Entwicklung von negativen Beziehungen in Schulklassen. in Ein neues Paradigma in den Sozialwissenschaften: Netzwerkanalyse und Netzwerktheorie, edited by Christian Stegbauer. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.

Other publications
Mäs, Michael (2014) Book review of "Simulating Social Complexity: A Handbook" by Edmonds and Meyer (eds.), Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 14(1) 

Mäs, Michael (2010) Agent Based Computational Modeling. Sociologie magazine: 18/3: 21-22 (in Dutch)
(Please note that the journal editors changed the title of this article without asking me. Unfortunately, the published title is too stupid to be mentioned here)

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