Mohsen Mosleh
Mohsen Mosleh
MIT - Sloan School of Management & Exeter Business School
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Shifting attention to accuracy can reduce misinformation online
G Pennycook, Z Epstein, M Mosleh, AA Arechar, D Eckles, DG Rand
Nature 592 (7855), 590-595, 2021
Optimized sectionalizing switch placement strategy in distribution systems
A Abiri-Jahromi, M Fotuhi-Firuzabad, M Parvania, M Mosleh
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 27 (1), 362-370, 2011
Information gerrymandering and undemocratic decisions
AJ Stewart, M Mosleh, M Diakonova, AA Arechar, DG Rand, JB Plotkin
Nature 573 (7772), 117-121, 2019
Cognitive reflection correlates with behavior on Twitter
M Mosleh, G Pennycook, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Nature communications 12 (1), 921, 2021
Self-reported willingness to share political news articles in online surveys correlates with actual sharing on Twitter
M Mosleh, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Plos one 15 (2), e0228882, 2020
Shared partisanship dramatically increases social tie formation in a Twitter field experiment
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (7), e2022761118, 2021
Perverse downstream consequences of debunking: Being corrected by another user for posting false political news increases subsequent sharing of low quality, partisan, and toxic …
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, D Rand
proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2021
Distributed or monolithic? A computational architecture decision framework
M Mosleh, K Dalili, B Heydari
IEEE Systems journal 12 (1), 125-136, 2016
Measuring exposure to misinformation from political elites on Twitter
M Mosleh, DG Rand
nature communications 13 (1), 7144, 2022
Field experiments on social media
M Mosleh, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Current Directions in Psychological Science 31 (1), 69-75, 2022
You’re definitely wrong, maybe: Correction style has minimal effect on corrections of misinformation online
C Martel, M Mosleh, DG Rand
Media and Communication 9 (1), 120-133, 2021
Exploring trends in the codes of ethics of the Fortune 100 and Global 100 corporations
A Sharbatoghlie, M Mosleh, T Shokatian
Journal of Management Development 32 (7), 675-689, 2013
From modular to distributed open architectures: A unified decision framework
B Heydari, M Mosleh, K Dalili
Systems Engineering 19 (3), 252-266, 2016
Optimal Modularity for Fractionated Spacecraft: The Case of System F6
M Mosleh, K Dalili, B Heydari
Procedia Computer Science 28 (2014), 164–170, 2014
Fair topologies: Community structures and network hubs drive emergence of fairness norms
M Mosleh, B Heydari
Scientific reports 7 (1), 2686, 2017
Efficient Network Structures with Separable Heterogeneous Connection Costs
B Heydari, M Mosleh, K Dalili
Economics Letters 134, 82-85, 2015
Resource allocation through network architecture in systems of systems: A complex networks framework
M Mosleh, P Ludlow, B Heydari
2016 Annual IEEE Systems Conference (SysCon), 1-5, 2016
Distributed resource management in systems of systems: an architecture perspective
M Mosleh, P Ludlow, B Heydari
Systems Engineering 19 (4), 362-374, 2016
Population structure promotes the evolution of intuitive cooperation and inhibits deliberation
M Mosleh, DG Rand
Scientific reports 8 (1), 6293, 2018
Globalization and the rise and fall of cognitive control
M Mosleh, K Kyker, JD Cohen, DG Rand
Nature communications 11 (1), 3099, 2020
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