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My writing elsewhere

I haven't been very active here recently, but here are some links to my writing on other sites: An article for RW Connect about the UK election polls and how behavioural methods could make polling more accurate. A journal article in the International Journal of Market Research  (subscribers only, sorry) about behavioural conjoint analysis methods. An article in the proceedings of the DCAI conference, " When can cognitive agents be modeled analytically versus computationally? " If you don't have access to either of the latter articles, drop me an email and I can send you the proof versions.