Norms&Risk: Do social norms help dealing with collective threats?
Project funded by the Swedish Research Council. It studies the behavior of people in the face of risk and asks how social norms can form and motivate people to cooperate in collective risk settings. It applies a multi-method approach in which survey-based, experimental and computational methods are integrated (2022-2025).
Covid-19 effects on social norms and collaboration
Project funded by Formas Swedish Research Council. It aims to examine how Covid-19 has changed social patterns and people’s ability to cooperate to solve social dilemmas (1/12/2020-21/03/2021).
How do human norms form and change?
Project funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. Goal of the project is to build well-founded models for how (harmful) norms are created and spread, which can be used by decision makers (1/7/2017-30/06/2023).
14ALL: One for all, all for one. Reputational mechanisms for aggression, revenge, and forgiveness in intergroup relationships
Research Project of National Relevance (PRIN) funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research. It aims to investigate the conditions under which groups may trigger aggressive behavior in individual members and fuel retaliatory cycles magnifying the consequences of inter-group conflict (19/08/2019 – 18/08/2022).
PROTON - Modelling the Processes leading to Organised crime and TerrOrist Networks
Project funded under the Horizon 2020 Programme. It aims to understand the social, economic, and psychological factors that lead people into organised crime and terrorist networks. LABSS-ISTC’ role is to develop simulation and analytic models and run behavioral experiments (2016-2019) .