My work incorporates insights from psychology about perception and cognition into statistical models of human behavior, and explores how those behaviors shape—and are shaped by—features of the social environment. A few recent publications follow below.
A complete list can be found in my CV.
Mate Choice and Dating Markets
Bruch, Elizabeth and Mark Newman. 2018. “Aspirational Pursuit of Mates in Online Dating Markets.” Science Advances 4: eaap9815. pdf
- Media coverage in the Atlantic, Guardian, New York Times, BBC, Washington Post, Mother Jones, the Economist, Harper’s, and Scientific American
Elizabeth, Fred Feinberg, and Kee Yeun Lee. 2016. “Extracting multistage screening rules from online dating activity data.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113: 10530-10535. pdf
- Media coverage in Science magazine
Decision Making and Choice Modeling
Bruch, Elizabeth and Fred Feinberg. 2017. “Decision Making in Social Environments.” Annual Review of Sociology 43: 207-227. pdf
Dellaert, Benedict, Joffre Swait, Vic Adamowiez, Theo Arentze, Elizabeth Bruch, Elisabetta Cherchi, Caspar Chorus, Bas Donkers, Fred Feinberg, Antony Marley, Land Linda Salisbury. 2017. “Individuals’ Decisions in the Presence of Multiple Goals.” Consumer Needs and Solutions 1:1-14. pdf
Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Change
Endsley, Arthur, Dan Brown, and Elizabeth Bruch. 2018. “Housing Market Activity is Associated with Disparities in Urban and Metropolitan Vegetation. Forthcoming at Ecosystems. pdf
Bruch, Elizabeth. 2014. “How Population Structure Shapes Neighborhood Segregation.” American Journal of Sociology 119:1221-1278. pdf