The Department of Statistics, Demography, and Mathematical Sociology
behavioral economics, bounded rationality, civic society, credibility of Internet content, digital exclusion, evolutionary game theory, experimental research in the social sciences, mathematical modeling in the social sciences, statistics, trust
2003 – MA, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw
2012 – PhD, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw
2017 (coauth. J. Obłój): Third Party Sanctions in Games with Communication. Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric, Vol. 50 (63), 109–138.
2016: Evolutionary Stability of Discriminating Social Norms. Decyzje, 13(2), 27–57.
2016 (coauth. M. Kąkol, A. Wierzbicki): How to Support the Lay Users Evaluations of Medical Information on the Web? In: S. Yamamoto (ed.), Human Interface and the Management of Information: Information, Design and Interaction (pp. 3–13). Springer.
2015: Applied Data-Centric Social Sciences: Concepts, Data, Computation, and Theory. JASSS: Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 18(2), 1–2.
2014 (coauth. M. Rafalak, A. Wierzbicki): Incredible: Is (Almost) All Web Content Trustworthy? Analysis of Psychological Factors Related to Website Credibility Evaluation. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web (pp. 1117–1122). New York: ACM.
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Other activities and projects
Researcher in the LivingLab project of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology
Researcher in the ReCONCILE project (Robust Online Credibility Evaluation of Web Content).
Member of the Adaptive Behavior and Cognition research group at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development (Berlin, Germany).