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    Over the years, I've set up many alerts for research papers and books and occasionally researchers I've found interesting, which means that I get emails when new stuff is published that cites them. I intend to post links here in case others find them useful - others can do the same, and I suggest they also set up alerts for stuff they find interesting. Ideally, you should avoid papers/books that get many thousands of citations each year.


    Alford, J.R., Hatemi, P.K., Hibbing, J.R., Martin, N.G. and Eaves, L.J., 2011. The politics of mate choice. The Journal of Politics, 73(2), pp.362-379.

    Bleidorn, W., Schönbrodt, F., Gebauer, J.E., Rentfrow, P.J., Potter, J. and Gosling, S.D., 2016. To live among like-minded others: Exploring the links between person-city personality fit and self-esteem. Psychological science, 27(3), pp.419-427.

    Hibbing, J.R., Smith, K.B. and Alford, J.R., 2013. Predisposed: Liberals, conservatives, and the biology of political differences. Routledge.

    Holland, A.S. and Roisman, G.I., 2008. Big Five personality traits and relationship quality: Self-reported, observational, and physiological evidence. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 25(5), pp.811-829.

    Nave, G., Rentfrow, J. and Bhatia, S., 2020. We Are What We Watch: Movie Plots Predict the Personalities of Those who “Like” Them.

    Obschonka, M., Wyrwich, M., Fritsch, M., Gosling, S.D., Rentfrow, P. and Potter, J., 2020. Reserved Northerners, Jovial Southerners, and Open Urbanites: Regional Personality Differences in Germany.

    Rentfrow, P.J., Jokela, M. and Lamb, M.E., 2015. Regional personality differences in Great Britain. PloS one, 10(3), p.e0122245.

    Samuel D Gosling (Personality; Animal Behavior; Internet; Environmental Psychology; Ecological; Psychology)

    P. Kajonius (Personality; intelligence; well-being; personality disorders; SES)

    Jason Rentfrow (personality; social psychology; personality psychology; music; geography)

    Interesting Psychology Articles thread


    Beytía, P. and Schobin, J., 2020. Networked Pantheon: a Relational Database of Globally Famous People: Social and Behavioural Sciences. Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1(aop), pp.1-16.

    Carrier, R., 2009. Not The Impossible Faith. Lulu. com.

    Carrier, R.C., 2012. Proving history: Bayes's theorem and the quest for the historical Jesus. Prometheus Books.

    Carrier, R. and Goodacre, M., 2014. On the historicity of Jesus. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press.

    Holland, T., 2012. In the Shadow of the Sword: the Battle for Global Empire and the End of the Ancient World. Hachette UK.

    Morris, I., 2010. Why the west rules-for now: The patterns of history and what they reveal about the future. Profile books.

    Mortimer, I., 2010. Medieval intrigue: decoding royal conspiracies. Bloomsbury Publishing.

    Kevin Hjortshøj O'Rourke (Economic history; international economics)

    Reba, M., Reitsma, F. and Seto, K.C., 2016. Spatializing 6,000 years of global urbanization from 3700 BC to AD 2000. Scientific data, 3(1), pp.1-16.

    Skiena, S. and Ward, C.B., 2014. Who's bigger?: Where historical figures really rank. Cambridge University Press.

    Whitehouse, H., Francois, P., Savage, P.E., Currie, T.E., Feeney, K.C., Cioni, E., Purcell, R., Ross, R.M., Larson, J., Baines, J. and Ter Haar, B., 2019. Complex societies precede moralizing gods throughout world history. Nature, 568(7751), pp.226-229.

    Yu, A.Z., Ronen, S., Hu, K., Lu, T. and Hidalgo, C.A., 2016. Pantheon 1.0, a manually verified dataset of globally famous biographies. Scientific data, 3(1), pp.1-16.

    Isidro F. Aguillo Caño (Webometrics; Scientometrics; Bibliometrics; Research evaluation; Open access)

    Quentin Atkinson (Evolution; Language Evolution; Culture; Religion; Cooperation)

    Richard Baldwin (trade; globalisation; european integration)

    Thomas E Currie (cultural evolution; sociopolitical evolution; evolutionary anthropology; human behavioral ecology; evolutionary biology)

    Ian Morris (history; archaeology; economics)

    José Luis Ortega (Webometrics; Scientometrics; Information Visualization; Altmetrics; Bibliometrics)

    Chris Turney (Antarctic Science; Climate Impacts; Global Teleconnections; 14Carbon Cycle; Model-Data Comparison)

    David Wootton (early modern intellectual history)

    Geography / Politics

    Index, G.P., 2018. Measuring peace in a complex world. Institute for Economics & Peace.

    McLennan, D., Noble, S., Noble, M., Plunkett, E., Wright, G. and Gutacker, N., 2019. The English Indices of Deprivation 2019: technical report.

    Stephan, M.J. and Chenoweth, E., 2008. Why civil resistance works: The strategic logic of nonviolent conflict. International security, 33(1), pp.7-44.

    Suisse, C., 2019. Global Wealth Report 2019, Credit Suisse Research Institute.

    Unit, E.I., 2020. Democracy Index 2019. A year of democratic setbacks and popular protest.

    Vásquez, I., Porčnik, T. and McMahon, F., 2018. Human Freedom Index 2018. Fraser Institute.

    Erica Chenoweth (terrorism; counterterrorism; nonviolent resistance; civil resistance; insurgency)

    Danny Dorling (Geography)

    Matthew Goodwin (electoral studies; party politics; populism; radical right)

    Nils Gutacker (health economics; healthcare financing; performance management; patient-reported outcomes)

    Bin Jiang (GIScience; GeoInformatics; Spatial Analysis; Cartography; Space Syntax)

    Tanja Porcnik (Human Rights; Constitutionalism; Indicators; Quantitative research methods)

    Bert Sperling (Demographics; Cities; Quality of Life)

    David Stuckler (global health; political economy; sociology)

    Peter J Taylor (globalization; world cities; political geography; cities)

    Bernhard Wessels (Comparative Political Behavior; Political Representation and Interest Intermediation; Democracy)

    Diet / Nutrition

    Kim, S., Sung, J., Foo, M., Jin, Y.S. and Kim, P.J., 2015. Uncovering the nutritional landscape of food. PloS one, 10(3), p.e0118697.

    Wilson, N., Nghiem, N., Mhurchu, C.N., Eyles, H., Baker, M.G. and Blakely, T., 2013. Foods and dietary patterns that are healthy, low-cost, and environmentally sustainable: a case study of optimization modeling for New Zealand. PloS one, 8(3), p.e59648.

    Veselkov, K., Gonzalez, G., Aljifri, S., Galea, D., Mirnezami, R., Youssef, J., Bronstein, M. and Laponogov, I., 2019. HyperFoods: Machine intelligent mapping of cancer-beating molecules in foods. Scientific reports, 9(1), pp.1-12.

    Dietary Supplements (for optimal health) thread


    Egan, B. and Zierath, J.R., 2013. Exercise metabolism and the molecular regulation of skeletal muscle adaptation. Cell metabolism, 17(2), pp.162-184.

    Exercise research thread


    Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Risk; Tail Risk; Quantitative Finance; Financial Engineering; Applied Probability)


    Bourget, D. and Chalmers, D.J., 2014. What do philosophers believe?. Philosophical studies, 170(3), pp.465-500.


    London, J., 2013. Building a representative corpus of classical music. Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 31(1), pp.68-90.

    Patrick E. Savage (ethnomusicology; music cognition; cultural evolution; digital humanities)

    Justin London (Rhythm; Timing; Embodied Cognition; Cross-Cultural Psychology)
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    If anyone wants a paper here that isn't open-source and you don't know about Sci-Hub, I'll see what I can do.

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