2 Works

Data from: Neural signatures for sustaining object representations attributed to others in preverbal human infants

Dora Kampis, Eugenio Parise, Gergely Csibra & Ágnes Kovács
A major feat of social beings is to encode what their conspecifics see, know or believe. While various nonhuman animals show precursors of these abilities, humans perform uniquely sophisticated inferences about other people’s mental states. However, it is still unclear how these possibly human-specific capacities develop and whether preverbal infants, similarly to adults form representations of other agents’ mental states, specifically metarepresentations. We explored the neuro-cognitive bases of 8-month-olds’ ability to encode the world from...

Data from: Geographies of an online social network

Balázs Lengyel, Attila Varga, Bence Ságvári, Ákos Jakobi & János Kertész
How is online social media activity structured in the geographical space? Recent studies have shown that in spite of earlier visions about the “death of distance”, physical proximity is still a major factor in social tie formation and maintenance in virtual social networks. Yet, it is unclear, what are the characteristics of the distance dependence in online social networks. In order to explore this issue the complete network of the former major Hungarian online social...

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  • Central European University
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  • Eötvös Loránd University
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  • Hungarian Academy of Sciences
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  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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  • University of Arizona
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