PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

Findlay, S. D., & Thagard, P. (2014). “Emotional change in international negotiation: Analyzing the Camp David accords using cognitive-affective maps”. Group Decision and Negotiation, 23, 1281-1300: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10726-011-9242-x

Homer-Dixon, T., Milkoreit, M., Mock, S., Schröder, T., and Thagard, P. (2014). “The conceptual structure of social disputes: Cognitive-affective maps as a tool for conflict analysis and resolution,” SAGE Open.: http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/4/1/2158244014526210

Homer-Dixon, T., Leader Maynard, J., Mildenberger, M., Milkoreit, M., Mock, S., Quilley, S., Schröder, T., and Thagard, P. (2013). “A complex systems approach to the study of ideology: Cognitive-affective structures and the dynamics of belief change,” Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 1(1): 337–363.: http://jspp.psychopen.eu/article/view/36

Leader Maynard, J. “A Map of the Field of Ideological Analysis,” Journal of Political Ideologies 18/3 (2013): 299-327.: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13569317.2013.831589#.VTEtsvnF-So

Mildenberger, M. (2013) “Exploring the State Space of Ideological Possibility” Waterloo, ON: Waterloo Institute for Complexity and Innovation Working Paper no.4.: http://issuu.com/waterloo_institute_complexity/docs/mildenberger_final_2_

Milkoreit, M. and Mock, S. (2014). “The networked mind: Collective identities as the key to understanding conflict,” Chapter 8 in Networks and Network Analysis for Defense and Security, ed. Masys, A.J, Springer.: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-04147-6_7

Thagard, P. (2010). “EMPATHICA: A computer support system with visual representations for cognitive-affective mapping”, in K. McGregor (Ed.), Proceedings of the workshop on visual reasoning and representation (pp. 79-81). Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press.: http://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/WS/AAAIW10/paper/view/1981/2439

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Jonathan Leader Maynard has compiled a bibliography of recent research on ideology, particularly regarding its effects on armed conflict.

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