Kinga Makovi




Neighborhood isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic
Thomas Marlow, Kinga Makovi and Bruno Abrahao
Sociological Science

Web of lies: a tool for determining the limits of verification in preventing the spread of false information on networks
Kinga Makovi* and Manu Munoz*
Scientific Reports
*equal contribution

Unequal treatment toward copartisans verus non-copartisans is reduced when partisanship can be falsified
Maria Abascal,* Kinga Makovi* and Anahit Sargsyan
*equal contribution


The impact of COVID-19 on gender inequality in the labor market and gender role attitudes
Malte Reichelt, Kinga Makovi and Anahit Sargsyan
European Societies


Signatures of social structure: Petitioning for the abolition of the slave trade in Manchester*
Kinga Makovi
Social Science History
*Winner of the Founders Prize for the best article in Volume 43


The course of law: State intervention in Southern lynch mob violence 1882–1930
Kinga Makovi, Ryan Hagen and Peter Bearman
Sociological Science


The population level impacts of differential fertility behavior of parents of children with autism
Kinga Makovi, Alix Winter, Ka-Yuet Liu and Peter Bearman
Sociological Science


The influence of political dynamics on Southern lynch mob formation and lethality
Ryan Hagen, Kinga Makovi and Peter Bearman
Social Forces


Prediction of emerging technologies based on analysis of the US patent citation network
Peter Erdi, Kinga Makovi, Zoltan Somogyvari, Katherine Strandburg, Jan Tobochnik, Peter Volf and Laszlo Zalanyi

In Progress

The Effects of Symbolic Racism and Partisan Value Framing on Pro-Environmental Behavior 
Kinga Makovi and Hannah Kasak-Gliboff
Conditionally accepted as a Registered Report at Scientific Reports

Norms of fairness influence trust in human-machine interaction
Kinga Makovi, Anahit Sargsyan, Wendi Li, Jean-Francois Bonnefon and Talal Rahwan
Under review

Republicans Discriminated Against Chinese Americans Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic
Maria Abascal,* Kinga Makovi* and Yao Xu
*equal contribution
Under review

Perceived risk of sexually transmitted infections drives partner selection among men who have sex with men
Kinga Makovi*, Filip Karan* and Andras Gyorgy
*equal contribution
Under review