Michael Macy is Professor of Sociology at Cornell University. He studies trust and cooperation in social dilemmas using computer simulation and laboratory experiments with human subjects. A recent paper studies the evolution of "telltale signs" for trusting strangers (forthcoming, American Sociological Review). A new study uses a Hopfield device to model alignment of informal social control in a friendship network (www.people.cornell.edu/pages/mwm14).
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