Episode 119 24 min 23 sec Part of the pattern: How networks explain social behavior
Professor Pip Pattison is Pro-Vice Chancellor (Learning and Teaching), and President of the Academic Board. She is based at the School of Psychological Sciences.
Professor Pattison is is a quantitative psychologist interested in the development of mathematical models for social and behavioural phenomena, particularly for social networks and network-based social processes. Her current research focuses on the development of dynamic network-based stochastic models for social processes, and on applications of these models to a diverse range of phenomena, including: the epidemiology of mental health; organizational design; the emergence of markets in 15 th century Florence; river management; and the spread of communicable diseases.
Host: Dr Shane Huntington
Producers: Kelvin Param, Eric van Bemmel
Associate Producer: Dr Chrstine Bailey
Series Creators: Eric van Bemmel and Kelvin Param
Audio Engineers: Gavin Nebauer
Voiceover: Nerissa Hannink
Part of the pattern: How networks explain social behavior
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