Associate Professor, Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences
Professor Melamed does research on social networks, group processes, and quantitative methods. Recently he has been studying status organizing processes, and the social factors that contribute to the evolution of cooperation and prosocial behaviors. Some of his other recent work has focused on visualizing general linear statistical models.
Department: Arts and Sciences
COP: CSS CoP
Interests: network-science statistics data-multidimensional data-big analytics-data models-generalized-linear-mixed statistics-nonparametric analysis-social-network social-experiments