Latest Nicholas Christakis Stories
The people of the Hadza group exhibited many of the “friending” habits familiar to today’s Facebook users
It turns out nice guys can finish first, and David Rand has the evidence to prove it.
NEWTON, Mass., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNetworks, Inc., the leading developer of social network analytics and technology in health, today announced the formation of a scientific advisory board.
Your friends are probably more popular than you are. And this "friendship paradox" may help predict the spread of infectious disease.
"Love stinks!" the J. Geils band told the world in 1980, and while you can certainly argue whether or not this tender and ineffable spirit of affection has a downside, working hard to find it does.
NEWTON, Mass., Aug. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- MedNetworks, Inc. today launched as a new venture based on the social network analytics research of professor Nicholas Christakis of Harvard University.
UC San Diego and Harvard deliver first experimental findings on spread of cooperation in a social network.
The way humans make friends and interact with them may be closely linked to genetic variations, according to new research.
A smile really is infectious, researchers happily announced on Thursday.
Happiness spreads more robustly -- like a virus -- than unhappiness and seems to have a greater effect than money, U.S.
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