The article „Faultlines, Familiarity, Communication: Predictors and Moderators of Team Success in Escape Rooms” by Rebeka O. Szabó, Federico Battison and Júlia Koltai has been published in Small Group Research.
The article „Energy justice intermediaries: Living Labs in the low-carbon transformation” by Stefan Bouzarovski, Dimitris Damigos, Zoltán Kmetty, Neil Simcock, Caitlin Robinson, Majd Jayyousi & Ami Crowther has been published in Local Environment .
The article „Are equally competent Roma-minority students perceived as less smart than their non-Roma classmates? Ethnic differences in teachers’ ability attributions” by Dorottya Kisfalusi has been published in Journal for Multicultural Education.
The article „Rearranging the Desk Chairs: A Large Randomized Field Experiment on the Effects of Close Contact on Interethnic Relations” by Felix Elwert, Tamás Keller and Andreas Kotsadam has been published in American Journal of Sociology.
The article „Roma Students’ Academic Self-Assessment and Educational Aspirations in Hungarian Primary Schools” by Dorottya Kisfalusi has been published in British Journal of Sociology of Education.
New article of Francesca Pacotto, Simone Righi and Károly Takács been published in Theory and Decision
The article „Voluntary play increases cooperation in the presence of punishment: a lab in the field experiment” by Francesca Pacotto, Simone Righi and Károly Takács has been published in Theory and Decision.
New article of Tamás Keller and Péter Szakál has been published in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics
The article „The Framing of Information Nudge Affects Students' Anticipated Effort: A Large-Scale, Randomized Survey Experiment” by Tamás Keller and Péter Szakál has been published in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.
New article of Tamás Keller, Jinho Kim and Felix Elwert has been published in European Sociological Review
The article „Peer effects on academic self-concept: a large randomized field experiment” by Tamás Keller, Jinho Kim and Felix Elwert has been published in European Sociological Review.
Honest Signalling: from Microbes to Humans - Conference
14-15 September, 2023
The article „Honesty in signalling games is maintained by trade-offs rather than costs” by Szabolcs Számadó, István Zachar, Dániel Czégel and Dustin J. Penn has been published in BMC Biology. Science Journalist Amy McDermott recommend it online on the website of PNAS.