My writing elsewhere

I haven't been very active here recently, but here are some links to my writing on other sites:

  1. An article for RW Connect about the UK election polls and how behavioural methods could make polling more accurate.
  2. A journal article in the International Journal of Market Research (subscribers only, sorry) about behavioural conjoint analysis methods.
  3. 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.


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