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Election data can inform simulations of innovation perception.
Wolf, I., Röhr, V. & Schröder, T. (im Druck). 13th Social simulation conference 2017, Dublin, Ireland.

Political ideology and affective attitudes towards mobility innovation: Comparing survey responses and Twitter data.
Zöller, N., Wolf, I., & Schröder, T. (im Druck). 3rd Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science 2017. Cologne.

Psychologische Aspekte nachhaltiger Mobilität: Struktur und Dynamik von Einstellungen zu Mobilitätsinnovationen.
Schröder, T. & Wolf, I. (Im Druck). In Bamberg & Schmitt (Hrsg.): Sammelband Psychologie und Nachhaltigkeit.

Quantifying persuasion: Experimental grounding of attitude-change simulations.
Wolf, I., Zöller, N., & Schröder, T. (im Druck). Proceedings of the 2016 Social Simulation Conference (SSC-2016).

Modeling multi-level mechanisms of environmental attitudes and behaviour: The case of carsharing in Berlin.
Schröder, T. & Wolf, I. (2016). Journal of Environmental Psychology

Drag and Drop Cognition: Graphical User Interface for Cognitive-affective in Models in Multi-agent Systems.
Wolf, I., Gortana F., Herrmann, I., Thiele, P., Heidmann, F., Schröder T. (2015). 2nd GESIS Computational Social Science Winter Symposium. Köln, Germany.

Social life versus enjoyment of nature: Modeling competing psychological needs underlying housing decisions as parallel constraint satisfaction. Wolf, I., Schröder, T. (2015) The science of choice: How to model the decision-making process, Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany.

Changing minds about electric cars: An empirically grounded agent-based modeling approach.
Wolf, I., Schroeder, T., Neumann, J., & de Haan, G. (2015). Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 94, 269–285.

Der simulierte Kunde - Computerbasierte Marktanalyse am Beispiel von Elektromobilität.
Wolf, I. & de Haan, G. (2013). In: Gausemeier, J. (Hrsg.): Vorausschau und Technologieplanung, 9. Symposium für Vorausschau und Technologieplanung (pp. 279-300). Heinz-Nixdorf Institut - Universität Paderborn. Berlin: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften.