Justin E. Lane
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Shared negative experiences lead to identity fusion via personal reflection
J Jong, H Whitehouse, C Kavanagh, J Lane
PloS one 10 (12), e0145611, 2015
Modelling terror management theory: computer simulations of the impact of mortality salience on religiosity
FLR Shults, JE Lane, WJ Wildman, S Diallo, CJ Lynch, R Gore
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (1), 77-100, 2018
A generative model of the mutual escalation of anxiety between religious groups
FLR Shults, R Gore, WJ Wildman, CJ Lynch, JE Lane, MD Toft
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 21 (4), 2018
Method, theory, and multi-agent artificial intelligence: Creating computer models of complex social interaction
JE Lane
Journal for the cognitive science of religion 1 (2), 161, 2013
What causes COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy? Ignorance and the lack of bliss in the United Kingdom
J Bullock, JE Lane, FLR Shults
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 9 (1), 2022
Understanding religion through artificial intelligence: Bonding and belief
JE Lane
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021
Post-supernatural cultures: There and back again
WJ Wildman, FLR Shults, S Diallo, R Gore, JE Lane
Ubiquity Press, 2020
Multiple axialities: A computational model of the axial age
FLR Shults, WJ Wildman, JE Lane, CJ Lynch, S Diallo
Journal of Cognition and Culture 18 (5), 537-564, 2018
The emergence of social schemas and lossy conceptual information networks: How information transmission can lead to the apparent “emergence” of culture
JE Lane
Emergent behavior in complex systems engineering: A modeling and simulation …, 2018
Semantic network mapping of religious material: testing multi-agent computer models of social theories against real-world data
JE Lane
Cognitive processing 16, 333-341, 2015
Ancestors in the simulation machine: measuring the transmission and oscillation of religiosity in computer modeling
WW McCorkle Jr, J Lane
Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (3), 215-218, 2012
Strengthening the supernatural punishment hypothesis through computer modeling
J Lane
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (3), 290-300, 2018
Cognition, Culture, and Social Simulation
FLRS Justin E. Lane
Journal of Cognition and Culture 18 (5), 451–461, 2018
Mutually escalating religious violence: A generative model
FLR Shults, R Gore, WJ Wildman, JE Lane, C Lynch, M Toft
Proceedings of the Social Science Conference, 1-12, 2017
Can we predict religious extremism?
JE Lane
Religion, Brain & Behavior 7 (4), 299-304, 2017
Looking back to look forward: From Shannon and Turing to Lawson and McCauley to…
JE Lane
Religion explained, 169-180, 2017
The evolution of doctrinal religions: Using semantic network analysis and computational models to examine the evolutionary dynamics of large religions
J Lane
University of Oxford, 2019
Identity fusion, devoted actor theory, and extremism
K Bonin, JE Lane
Routledge Handbook of Evolution and Religion, London: Routledge, 2022
Is radicalization reinforced by social media censorship?
JE Lane, K McCaffree, FLR Shults
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.12842, 2021
Modeling and simulation as a pedagogical and heuristic tool for developing theories in cognitive science: An example from ritual competence theory
JE Lane, FLR Shults, RN McCauley
Human simulation: Perspectives, insights, and applications, 143-154, 2019
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