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Steven B Hall
Phone: (831) 656-1073
Renown social science expert specializing in agent-based modeling of the often non-linear responses of collective/social identity groups to sense-making crises.
PhD - University of California-Irvine 1983Major: Cognitive and Social ScienceDissertation Title: Perlocutionary Meaning
- 2011 - current: Research Professor
- 1985 - 2011 Prin. Scientist, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center
- 1984 - 1985 Knowledge/Language Engineer, Abacus Programming Corp
- 1982 - 1984 Principal, Cognitive Assessment & Rehabilitation Systems
- 1975 - 1982 Teaching Assistant, University of California Irvine
Understanding the sources of social resilience, stability and insurrection; MOOTW; non-linear <em>'emergent'</em> behavior; M&S of complex systems.
MV4657: (Modeling and Simulation of Societies in Conflict) and associated student thesis/dissertation advising.
Boards, Memberships, & Certifications
Licensures and Certifications
- 2011 Certified K&F Group Facilitator and Instructor Training
- Book Chapter
- Hall, S. B., Blais, C. L., & Baird, R. G, (2017). Modeling Social System Resiliency: An Agent-Based Multiscale Approach. Modeling Sociocultural Influences on Decision Making: Understanding Conflict, Enabling Security (pp. 473-494). Boca Raton, FL Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
- Journal Article
- Hall, S. B., & Blais, C. L, (2015). Understanding Sector Dependencie s in the Stabilization and Reconstruction of Nation-States. Procedia Manufacturing 3, (3), 6607 – 6614.