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Take a look at the publications of the researchers that collaborate in the team of Trust in a digital society.


  • Araujo, T., Ausloos, J., van Atteveldt, W., Löcherbach, F., Möller, J., Ohme, J., Trilling, D., van de Velde, B., de Vreese, C., & Welbers, K. (2022). OSD2F: An Open-Source Data Donation Framework. Computational Communication Research.
  • Araujo, T., van Zoonen, W., & ter Hoeven, C. (2022). “A Large Playground”: Examining the Current State and Implications of Conversational Agent Adoption in Organizations. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management19(7), [2250024].
  • Araujo, T., Helberger, N., Kruikemeier, S., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). In AI we trust? Perceptions about automated decision-making by artificial intelligence. AI & Society35(3), 611-623.
  • Helberger, N., Araujo, T., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). Who is the fairest of them all? Public attitudes and expectations regarding automated decision-making. Computer Law and Security Review39, [105456].
  • Følstad, A., Araujo, T., Law, E. L-C., Brandtzaeg, P. B., Papadopoulos, S., Reis, L., Baez, M., Laban, G., McAllister, P., Ischen, C., Wald, R., Catania, F., von Wolff, R. M., Hobert, S., & Luger, E. (2021). Future directions for chatbot research: an interdisciplinary research agenda. Computing103(12), 2915-2942.
  • Ohme, J., Araujo, T. B., Boeschoten, L., Freelon, D., Ram, N., Reeves, B. B., & Robinson, T. B. (2023). Digital Trace Data Collection for Social Media Effects Research: APIs, Data Donation, and (Screen) Tracking. Communication Methods and Measures, 1-18.
  • Jaeger, B, Oud, B, Williams, T, Krumhuber, EG, Fehr, E, Engelmann, JB (2022). Can people detect the trustworthiness of strangers based on their facial appearance? Evolution and Human Behavior 43 (4): 296-303
  • Eriksson, K,  Strimling, P, Gelfand, M, Wu, J, Abernathy, J, Akotia, C, Aldashev, A, Andersson, P Andrighetto, G, Anum, A, Arikan, G, Aycan, Z, Bagherian, F, Barrera, D, Basnight-Brown, D, Batkeyev, B, Belaus, A, Berezina, E, Björnstjerna, M, Blumen, S, Boski, P, Bou Zeineddine, F, Bovina, I, Cardenas, J, Cekrlija, D, Choi, H, Contreras-Ibanez, C, Costa-Lopes, R. de Barra, M, de Zoysa, P, Dorrough, A, Dvoryanchikov, N, Eller, A, Engelmann, JB, et al.(2021) Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violations across 57 Societies. Nature Communications 12: 1481
  • Engelmann, JB, Schmid, B, de Dreu, C, Chumbley, J & Fehr, E (2019) On the psychology and economics of antisocial personality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (26): 12781 – 12786
  • Engelmann, JB, Meyer, F, Ruff, CC, Fehr, E (2019) The neural circuitry of emotion-induced distortions of trust. Science Advances 5(3) eaau3413
  • Hein, G, Engelmann, JB, Vollberg, M, Tobler, PN (2016) How learning shapes the empathic brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1): 80-85
  • Gradin, VB, Pérez, A, McFarlone, IC, Waiter, G, Engelmann, JB, Dritschel, B, Pomi, A, Matthews, K, Steele, JD (2014) Depression alters dorsal caudate responses to fairness in the ultimatum game. Psychological Medicine, 45 (6): 1241-1251.
  • Bodó, B., & Janssen, H. L. (2022). Maintaining trust in a technologized public sector. Policy & Society41(3), 414–429.
  • Becker, M., & Bodó, B. (2021). Trust in blockchain-based systems. Internet Policy Review10(2).[details]
  • Bodó, B. (2021). Mediated trust: A theoretical framework to address the trustworthiness of technological trust mediators. New Media & Society23(9), 2668-2690. [details]
  • Bodó, B., Brekke, J. K., & Hoepman, J-H. (2021). Decentralisation in the blockchain space. Internet Policy Review10(2).[details]
  • Bodó, B., Brekke, J. K., & Hoepman, J-H. (2021). Decentralisation: a multidisciplinary perspective. Internet Policy Review10(2).[details]
  • Bodó, B., & Becker, M. (2020). Trust / trustless. In Glossary of distributed technologies - a work-in-progress (Internet Policy Review). Internet Policy Review.
  • Quintais, J. P., Bodó, B., Giannopoulou, A., & Ferrari, V. (2019). Blockchain and the Law: A Critical Evaluation. Stanford Journal of Blockchain Law & Policy2(1), 86-112. [details]
  • Tuters, M., & Willaert, T. (2022). "Deep state phobia: Narrative convergence in coronavirus conspiracism on Instagram." Convergence, 28(4), 1214–1238. 
  • Tuters, M., Burton, A. G. (2021) "The Rebel Yell: On YouTube's Burlesque Traditionalists and Their Alt-Right Audiences." Canadian Journal of Communication 46 (4). doi:10.22230/cjc.2021v46n4a3937: 757-776 
  • Hagen, S., Tuters, M. (2021). "The Internet Hate Machine: On the Weird Collectivity of Far-Right Groups." Rise of the Far Right: Technologies of Recruitment and Mobilization. Devries, M., Bessant, J., Watts, R. (eds). New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers: 171-192. 
  • Tuters, M., Hagen, S. (2020) "(((They))) rule: Memetic antagonism and nebulous othering on 4chan." New Media & Society, 22 (12). doi:10.1177/1461444819888746: 2218 - 2237.  
  • de Zeeuw, D., Tuters, M. (2020) "Teh Internet is Serious Business: On the Deep Vernacular Web and its Discontents." in Cultural Politics, 16 (2). doi:10.1215/17432197-8233406: 214–232. — honorary mention for ASCA article of the year  
  • Tuters, M., OILab. (2020). "Esoteric Fascism Online: 4chan & the Kali Yuga" Far-Right Revisionism and the End of History: Alt/Histories. Valencia, L. D. (ed). London: Routledge: 287-303. 
  • Tuters, M., Jokubauskaite, E., Bach, D. (2018) "Post-Truth Protest: How 4chan Cooked Up the Pizzagate Bullshit." M/C Journal 21 (3).


Policy documents

  • Bodó, B. (2020). Trust, blockchain-based technologies, institutions, and the social good. In Scanning the European Ecosystem of Distributed Ledger Technologies for Social and Public Good (pp. 88-91). European Commission - Joint Research Centre.
  • Bodó, B., von Schwichow, H., & Appelman, N. (2020). Money Talks? Report on the one-day symposium on the impact of corporate funding on information law research. (Amsterdam Law School Legal Studies Research Papers; No. 2020-16), (Institute for Information Law Research Papers; No. 2020-02). Universiteit van Amsterdam, Instituut voor Informatierecht. [details]

Working papers