Curriculum vitae. This is the course of my life.
Matthew effect. Advantage begets further advantage.
Culturomics of physics Physics Focus: Measuring the spread of ideas through the Physical Review.
Statistical physics of crime. Our review on what physics can contribute to the better understanding of crime.
Cyclic dominance. Learn all about rock-paper-scissors.
Group interactions. Not the same as pairwise games.
The most common words and phrases of the English language. Learn which they are and how they evolved since the 16th century.
Coevolutionary games. To understand cooperation by means of coevolution read our short review.
Reward and punishment as means to establish moral standards. What works better, carrots or the stick?
Programs for nonlinear time series analysis. Collection of executables and data.

Inactivity yields cascading failures of cooperation. But defectors fail to capitalize.
(Mis)learning to cooperate? Directional learning alone can explain cooperation.
To conform might promote cooperation. Surface tension makes it possible.
Scientific memes revealed. Inheritance patterns in citation networks are key.
The evolution of deception. Does deceptiveness confer an evolutionary advantage?
Evolutionary multigames & coevolutionary multigames. Differences in perception of social dilemmas matter.
How to distribute resources for reward or punishment? Equally for all works best in the majority of cases.
You be the police for a while and then we switch. Sharing can stabilize costly altruistic strategies.
Rock-paper-scissors in groups. Very different from just two playing the game.
Extortion as a Trojan horse for cooperation? Spatial structure makes it possible.
Introducing coevolution on interdependent networks. Self-organization towards optimal interdependence favors cooperation.
Reciprocate or dominate? Being a mirror is sometimes better than being a hub.
Can a scale-free brain accelerate your thoughts? Signal detection certainly is accelerated.
Live or die = cooperate or defect? Cooperators benefit from self-organized growth.
If you reward, do not punish (or vice versa)! Statistical physics reveals: Correlated strategies perform badly.
Why fighting crime is often futile? Spatial inspection game with ordinary people provides many insights.
How much interdependent should networks be? Not that much if the goal is to achieve cooperation. Groups work the same way.
How hard, if at all, should we punish? It depends on how bad the situation is.
The waning moon pattern. It can be seen not only on the Moon, but on clustered cooperators as well.
Sharing what we know is good for cooperation. Even if the bad guys share too.
Trends of progress. What moved physics forward? See culturomics of physics.
I will punish, but only if you will do it too. Does this lead to public cooperation?
Interdependent network reciprocity. Going beyond spatial reciprocity in the pursuit of cooperation.
How much do we need new words? Languages cool as they expand.
Seasons change. Networks in the suprachiasmatic nucleus do too, accordingly!
Are groups smarter than individuals? For resolving social dilemmas surely yes.
Carrot or the stick? Replay. Previous results are here. See the whole collection.
Bargained recently? Learn why it can be very complex. Don't forget to be precise.
Should we punish? Yes, but only when necessary, as per self-organization.
Population density and the evolution of cooperation. Percolation threshold rules! For pairwise games too.
What millions of books tell us about natural and social phenomena? Find out here.
I will cooperate, but only if you will do it too. A good attitude for social welfare?
Interdependent networks. Exploring biased utilities to arrive at cooperation.
Games governed by group and pairwise interactions. Heterogeneity does help! But it matters whether one is in a group or not.
Three's a crowd? Not if you want cooperation.
The Gospel of St. Matthew states "For to all those who have, more will be given". What does it mean for the evolution of cooperation?
Sanctioning institutions. Is peer-punishment better? Check out our overview.
Networks under attack. See how cooperators fare by group interactions. Results for pairwise interactions.
Should one use the carrot or the stick? The carrot works just fine. Learn more.
How moral behavior can be established? Answers are here, here and here. Read also the Nature News.
Research in Slovenia. See how the network evolved and where we stand today.
Will the bridge be built? The critical mass must be there.