Department of Social Science

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  1. 2020
  2. Boot, M. (2020). Compromise Between Incommensurable Ethical Values. In S. Baume, & S. Novak (Eds.), Compromises in Democracy (pp. 121-147). (Palgrave Studies in Compromise after Conflict ). Palgrave MacMillan.
  3. Ioannou, M., Boot, M., Wittingslow, R., & Mattos, A. (Accepted/In press). Patriotism and Nationalism as Two Distinct Ways of Loving One's Country. In S. Cushing (Ed.), New Philosophical Essays on Love and Loving Palgrave MacMillan.
  4. Jager, W., & Yamu, C. (2020). Simulating community dynamics for transitional urban planning processes. In G. de Roo, C. Yamu, & C. Zuidema (Eds.), Handbook on Planning and Complexity (Vol. Cheltenham, pp. 373-386). (Research Handbooks in Planning). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  5. 2019
  6. Smeulers, A. (2019). Concluding thoughts. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Hola (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methods and evidence (pp. 315-322). Oxford University Press.
  7. Smeulers, A. (2019). Historical overview of perpetrator studies. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Hola (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methodes and evidence (pp. 11-28). Oxford University Press.
  8. Smeulers, A., Weerdesteijn, M., & Hola, B. (2019). Introduction. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Hola (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: theories, methods, and evidence (pp. 1-8). Oxford University Press.
  9. Smeulers, A., Hola, B., & Weerdesteijn, M. (2019). Theories, methods and evidence. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Holá (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methods and evidence (pp. 29-53). Oxford University Press.
  10. 2018
  11. May, C. J. (2018). Chogyam Trungpa. In The World’s Greatest Religious Leaders: How Religious Figures Helped Shape World History (pp. 672-676). ABC-CLIO.
  12. 2017
  13. Psaltis, C., Franc, R., Smeekes, A., Ioannou, M., & Zeželj, I. (2017). Social Representations of the Past in Post-conflict Societies: Adherence to Official Historical Narratives and Distrust Through Heightened Threats. In C. Psaltis, M. Carretero, & S. Čehajić-Clancy (Eds.), History Education and Conflict Transformation: Social Psychological Theories, History Teaching and Reconciliation (pp. 97-121). Springer International Publishing.
  14. Schaat, S., Jager, W., & Dickert, S. (2017). Psychologically Plausible Models in Agent-Based Simulations of Sustainable Behavior. In A. Alonso-Betanzos, N. Sánchez-Maroño, O. Fontenla-Romero, J. G. Polhill, T. Craig, J. Bajo, & J. M. Corchado (Eds.), Agent-Based Modeling of Sustainable Behaviors (pp. 1-25). (Understanding Complex Systems ). Springer International Publishing.
  15. 2016
  16. May, C. J. (2016). Experimental approaches to loving-kindness meditation and mindfulness that bridge the gap between clinicians and researchers. In E. Shonin, W. Van Gordon, & M. D. Griffiths (Eds.), Mindfulness and Buddhist-derived approaches in mental health and addiction. (pp. 85-93). (Advances in mental health and addiction). Springer International Publishing AG.
  17. 2014
  18. Schank, J. C., & May, C. J. (2014). Models as scaffolds for understanding. In L. R. Caporael, J. R. Griesemer, & W. C. Wimsatt (Eds.), Developing scaffolds in evolution, culture, and cognition. (pp. 147-167). (The Vienna series in theoretical biology). MIT Press.
  19. 2013
  20. 2012
  21. Hendrix, S. E., & May, C. J. (2012). Neuroscience and the Quest for God. In M. Littlefield, & J. Johnson (Eds.), The Neuroscientific Turn: Transdisciplinarity in the Age of the Brain (pp. 105-119). University of Michigan Press.
  22. 2011
  23. May, C. J. (2011). A Multi-Modeling Approach to the Study of Animal Behavior. In Unifying Themes in Complex Systems (Vol. 5, pp. 304-312). Springer.
  24. May, C. J. (2011). Developing Computational Thinking Skills Across The Undergraduate Curriculum. In Proceedings of the 44th Annual Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium (MICS'11)

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