Publications

Forthcoming

  • [J6]  M. Mosleh, Gordon Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Self-reported Willingness to Share Political News Articles in Online Surveys Correlates with Actual Sharing on Twitter”, Pre-print: Psy.ArXiv.
  • [J5]  M. Mosleh, K. Kyler, J.D Cohen, and D.G. Rand “Globalization and Fall and Rise of Cognition” Pre-print: Psy.ArXiv.
  • [J4] M. Mosleh, Alexander J. Stewart, Joshua B. Potkin, David G. Rand “Prosociality in an Economic Game is Associated with less Parochialism and Greater Willingness to Vote for Intergroup Compromise” , [In Review]
  • [J3]  B. Heydari, P. Heydari, M. Mosleh, “Efficient Integration in Multi-Community Networks”, Pre-print: SSRN.
  • [J2]  M. Mosleh, G. Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Digital Fingerprints of Cognitive Reflection’’.
  • [J1]  Ziv Epistein*, M. Mosleh*, A. Arechar G. Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Primed for Accuracy: A Cognitive Approach to Fighting Misinformation on Twitter”.

Journals

  • [J12]  A. J. Stewart, M. Mosleh, M. Diakonova, A. Arechar, D. G. Rand, J. B. Plotkin’ “Information Gerrymandering and Undemocratic Decisions”. [In press]
  • [J5]  D. Gianetto, M. Mosleh, B. Heydari, “Dynamic Structure of Competition Network in Affordable Care Act Insurance Market”, IEEE Access, 2018.
  • [J1] A. Sharbatoghlie, M. Mosleh, H. Emami, “Work experience and learning: a case study of MBA students” Research in Higher Education Journal, Vol. 11. 2011

White papers

Conferences presentations

  • [C18] M. Mosleh, G. Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Online Behavior and Cognitive Reflection: A Field Study on Twitter”, European Symposium Series on Societal Challenges in Computational Social Science. 2019, Zurich, Switzerland.
  • [C17]  M. Mosleh, G. Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Digital Fingerprints of Cognitive Reflection”, 11th International ACM Web Science Conference. 2019, Boston .
  • [C16]  Ziv Epistein*, M. Mosleh*, A. Arechar G. Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Primed for Accuracy: A Cognitive Approach to Fighting Misinformation on Twitter’ 5th Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • [C15]  M. Mosleh*, B. Heydari “Consumers’ Preferences Trends in Airbnb vs Hotel Industry’ Shared Conference, Northeastern University, 2019, Boston.
  • [C14]  M. Mosleh, G. Pennycook, and D.G. Rand “Digital Fingerprints of Cognitive Reflection”,
    5th Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands .
  • [C13]  M. Mosleh and D.G. Rand, “Thinking Fast and Slow on Networks: Co-evolution of Cognition and Cooperation in Structured Populations” 4th Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). 2018, Evanston, Illinois .
  • [C12]  D. Gianetto, M. Mosleh and B. Heydari, “The Dark Side of Resilience: Evolution of Market Competition under Affordable Care Act” 4th Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). 2018, Evanston, Illinois.
  • [C11]  M. Mosleh and D.G. Rand, “Co-evolution of Cognition and Cooperation on (Social) Networks ” 9th Workshop on Complex Networks (CompleNet 2018), Boston, Massachusetts.
  • [C10]  M. Mosleh and B. Heydari, “Sharing Economy vs. Conventional Platforms: A Natural Language Processing Approach ” Workshops on Natural Language Processing and Computational Social Science at Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) 2017, Vancouver, Canada.
  • [C9]  M. Mosleh and B. Heydari, “Why Groups Show Different Fairness Norms? The Interaction Topology Might Explain” Social Informatics 2017, Oxford, UK.
  • [C8]  M. Mosleh and B. Heydari, “Co-evolution of Consumers Preferences in Sharing Economy and Traditional Platforms: the Case of Hospitality Industry” 3rd Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). 2017, Cologne, Germany, .
  • [C7]  M. Mosleh and B. Heydari, “Fair Topologies: Structural Drivers of Evolution of Fairness in Social Networks” 2nd Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2). 2016, Evanston, Illinois.
  • [C6]  M. Mosleh and B. Heydari, “Spatial Diffusion of Risk: The Case of Risky Teenage Drivers” The 5th International Engineering Systems Symposium (CESUN 2016), Washington D.C.
  • [C5] M. Mosleh, P. Ludlow, and B. Heydari, “Resource Allocation through Network Architecture in Systems of Systems: A Complex Networks Framework” 2016 Annual IEEE Systems Conference (SysCon). 2016, Orlando, Florida.
  • [C4] M. Mosleh, K. Dalili, and B. Heydari, “Efficient Structure for Networks with Heterogeneous Connection Model” in 6th Workshop on Complex Networks (CompleNet 2015), New York City, New York.
  • [C3] M. Mosleh, P. Ludlow, and B. Heydari, “Resource-sharing Mechanisms in Autonomous Systems” in 4th International Engineering Systems Symposium (CESUN 2014), Hoboken, New Jersey.
  • [C2] M. Mosleh, K. Dalili, and B. Heydari, “Optimal Modularity for Fractionated Spacecraft: The Case of System F6” in Conference of Systems Engineering Research (CSER) 2014, Los Angles, California.
  • [C1] M. Mosleh, and B. Heydari, “Optimal Allocation of Excess Generation in Microgrid Networks” Center of Excellence Wireless and Technology (CEWIT) 2013, Melville, New York Poster presented.