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Matt Lampert

  • Russia Webinar

    Further reading To read the original Socionomist studies and updates, please visit your Socionomist Archive page: Sizing Up a Superpower: A Socionomic Study of Russia, Parts I and II (November and December 2007, Global Market Perspective) The World May See a Darker Side of Putin (November 2014, The Socionomist) Word […]

     
  • A Democrat or Republican in the White House: Which is Better for Stocks?

    A Democrat or Republican in the White House: Which is Better for Stocks?

    A historical review conducted by the Socionomics Institute shows the presidential party in power has…

     
  • [Article] Shikhar Agarwal Sets His Sights on Stocks and Shootings

    [Article] Shikhar Agarwal Sets His Sights on Stocks and Shootings

    Is there a connection between firearm-related hospitalizations and the stock market.

     
  • [Article] Melody and Mood: An Update on the Socionomics of Popular Music

    [Article] Melody and Mood: An Update on the Socionomics of Popular Music

    In this update, socionomists Matt Lampert and Euan Wilson investigate popular music trends from the late 1990s to 2009.

     
  • [Article] The Middle East and Asia Are Not in the Mood for Peace

    [Article] The Middle East and Asia Are Not in the Mood for Peace

    Socionomic theory proposes that as mood goes, the aggregate character of social events will follow. A trend toward positive mood indicates a likelihood for social harmony, peace and social cohesion. A trend toward negative mood indicates a likelihood for relative social discord, conflict and breakdowns in social cohesion.

     
  • [Article] Bad Mood is Good News

    [Article] Bad Mood is Good News

    Is the popularity of news itself mood-dependent? As our preliminary study shows, the answer appears to be “Yes.”

     
  • Press Room | Socionomic Researchers

    Press Room | Socionomic Researchers

    Matt Lampert Director of Research, Socionomics Institute Areas of research include electoral decision-making, financial markets and popular culture. Matt Lampert is the director of research at the Socionomics Institute. He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and has spoken about socionomic theory throughout the US and Europe. He […]