Angelo Romano

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In this study, we investigate the role of payoff information and conformity in improving network performance in a traffic dilemma known as the Braess paradox. Our goal is to understand when decisions are guided by selfish motivations or otherwise by social ones. For this purpose, we consider the manipulation of others' choice, public and private monitoring(More)
Social influence has been an object of interest of social psychology for a long time. More recently, sociophysics and Galam's model provide an explanation of rumors spreading in a population explaining some interesting social phenomena as diffusion of false information. Although Galam's model and its recent formalizations are suitable to describe some(More)
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