PUBLICATIONS

Ricardo Guzmán, CICS researcher and DCCS Professor: “A Moral Philosophy that makes sense, has to be pluralistic”

2019 | BOOK CHAPTERS, NEWS, PUBLICATIONS
Moral epistemology is the branch of Philosophy that, in general terms, addresses the issue of how to know if an action is good or bad. Its objective ...

Two CICS researchers publish study related to Mozart’s master piece and complex social networks

2019 | BOOK CHAPTERS, NEWS
[caption id="attachment_3514" align="alignleft" width="150" class="align-left align-left "] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.[/caption] By the end of June, the book Evolution and Popular Narrative, edited by Dirk Vanderbeke and Brett ...

The effects demographic transition has on the social network, is the topic addressed by CICS researcher, Tamas David-Barrett, in his most recent paper

2019 | NEWS, PAPERS
Why falling fertility, urbanisation, and migration leads to a major shift in the way our societies work.  Consequence: the traditional way of norms being enforced by close-knit ...

[PAPER] NeuroCICS researchers have recently published a study that contributes to clarifying social difficulties in children with austistic spectrum disorders (ASD)

2019 | NEWS, PAPERS
The Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are considered one of the most complex neurodevelopmental disorders to understand. People suffering from autism spectrum disorders are characterized by difficulties that ...

Research of the first PhD. in Social Complexity Sciences of the CICS, is published by the leading Nature Human Behavior journal

2018 | NEWS, PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS
The work of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda is not only a source of inspiration for hundreds of young writers. It was also for the PhD. Cristian Candia-Castro ...

Article written by CICS researchers on the evolution of simple and complex societies is published in the journal JASSS

2018 | NEWS, PAPERS
Recently, the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (JASSS) published the article The Ecosystems of Simple and Complex Societies: Social and Geographical Dynamics. The authors are researchers ...

The Underlying Social Dynamics of Paradigm Shifts

2015 | PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS
C. Rodriguez-Sickert, D. Cosmelli, F. Claro and M.Fuentes. PLoS One. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0138172, 2015.   ABSTRACT We develop here a multi-agent model of the creation of knowledge (scientific progress or technological evolution) within a community of ...

Development of social skills in children: neural and behavioral evidence for the elaboration of cognitive models

2015 | PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS
P. Soto-Icaza, F. Aboitiz, and P. Billeke. Front. Neurosci. DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2015.00333 ABSTRACT Social skills refer to a wide group of abilities that allow us to interact and communicate with others. ...

Paradoxical Expectation: Oscillatory Brain Activity Reveals Social Interaction Impairment in Schizophrenia

2015 | PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS
P. Billeke, A. Armijo, D. Castillo, T. López, F. Zamorano, D. Cosmelli y F. Aboitiz. Biological Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1016/j.biopsych.2015.02.012. ABSTRACT Background People with schizophrenia show social impairments that are related to ...

Intra-individual response variability assessed by ex-Gaussian analysis may be a new endophenotype for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

2015 | PAPERS, PUBLICATIONS
M. Henríquez, P. Billeke, H. Henríquez, F. Zamorano, F. Rothhammer and F. Aboitiz. PLoS One. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyt.2014.00197. ABSTRACT  Intra-individual variability of response times (RTisv) is considered as potential endophe-notype for ...

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