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Competing opinions and stubborness: Connecting models to data


Physical Review. E 93(3): 032305-032305
Competing opinions and stubborness: Connecting models to data
We introduce a general contagionlike model for competing opinions that includes dynamic resistance to alternative opinions. We show that this model can describe candidate vote distributions, spatial vote correlations, and a slow approach to opinion consensus with sensible parameter values. These empirical properties of large group dynamics, previously understood using distinct models, may be different aspects of human behavior that can be captured by a more unified model, such as the one introduced in this paper.

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Accession: 057474768

PMID: 27078364

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.93.032305



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