The paper of Szabolcs Számadó as a co-author with Dustin J. Penn "Does the handicap principle explain the evolution of dimorphic ornaments?" has been published by Animal Behaviour (Impact Factor: 2.869)
RECENS proudly presents the video for our ERC funded project (acronym: EVILTONGUE, grant agreement No 648693).
Workshop on Gossip, Reputation, and Honesty
17-18 May, 2018
Anti-immigration discourses in Hungary during the ‘crisis’ year: the Orbán government’s ‘National Consultation’ campaign of 2015. (In Sociology 2018. 3. sz. Impact factor: 1.96)
Bullies and Victims in Primary Schools -
The Associations between Bullying, Victimization, and Students’ Ethnicity and Academic Achievement
This study examines the associations between four types of peer-reported bullying and peer-reported victimization (mocking, physical bullying, negative gossip, cyberbullying), and students’ ethnicity and academic achievement among sixth-grade Hungarian primary school students.
The paper of Szabolcs Számadó has been published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
The paper of Szabolcs Számadó as a co-author with István Zachar, András Szilágyi and Eörs Szathmáry, "Farming the mitochondrial ancestor as a model of endosymbiotic establishment by natural selection" has been published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (Impact Factor: 9.7)
The paper of Boróka Pápay as a co-author, "Content analysis of corruption coverage: Cross-national differences and commonalities" has been published by the European Journal of Communication (Impact Factor: 1.408)
The paper of Szabolcs Számadó, "When honesty and cheating pay off: the evolution of honest and dishonest equilibria in a conventional signalling game" has been published in BMC Evolutionary Biology (Impact Factor: 3.221)
The article of Ágnes Neulinger and Márta Radó "The Impact of Household Life-Cycle Stages on Subjective Well-Being: Considering the Effect of Household Expenditures in Hungary" has been accepted by International Journal of Consumer Studies (Impact Factor: 1.51)
Srebrenka Letina has joined our research group. Her task will be to develop a new, triad-based statistical methodology under the sub-project "Triad Based Methodology" of the ERC-CoG-648693 project.