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Sepulvado, Brandon, Jacob Jett, and J. Stephen Downie. Forthcoming. “The Collaborative Structure of Synthetic Biology Ethics.” Proceedings of the Association of Information Science & Technology.

Sepulvado, Brandon, Michael Lee Wood, Ethan Fridmanski, Cheng Wang, Matthew J. Chandler, Omar Lizardo, and David Hachen. Forthcoming. “Predicting Homophily and Social Network Connectivity from Dyadic Behavioral Similarity Trajectory Clusters.” Social Science Computer Review.

Brummet, Quentin, Patrick Coyle, and Brandon Sepulvado. Forthcoming. “An Examination of the Effect of Differential Privacy Techniques on the Data Utility of Estimates of the Cost of Early Care and Education.” Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy.

Lizardo, Omar, Brandon Sepulvado, Dustin Stoltz, and Marshall Taylor. “What can Cognitive Neuroscience Do for Cultural Sociology?” American Journal of Cultural Sociology (invited submission) 8: 3-28.

Sepulvado, Brandon. 2018. “Historical Network Analysis: The Cases of French Neurology and Sociology.” Sage Research Methods Case Studies.

Sepulvado, Brandon. 2018. “Revolutionizing the Study of Symbolic Revolutions- La révolution sociologique. De la naissance d’un régime de pensée scientifique à la crise de la philosophie (La Découverte 2017)“. European Journal of Sociology 59(3): 442-451.

Sepulvado, Brandon and Omar Lizardo. 2017. “Cognitive Sociology in France.” American Sociologist 48(3): 366-381.

Sepulvado, Brandon. 2017. “The Promise of Process—Andrew Abbott, Processual Sociology (University of Chicago Press, 2017).” European Journal of Sociology 58(3): 443-450.

Lizardo, Omar, Robert Mowry, Brandon Sepulvado, Dustin Stoltz, Marshall Taylor, and Justin Van Ness. “What are Dual Process Models? Implications for Cultural Analysis in Sociology.” Sociological Theory 34(4): 287-310.

Sepulvado, Brandon, Omar Lizardo, and David Hachen. 2015. “Social Affiliation from Religious Disaffiliation: Evidence of Selective Mixing among Youth with No Religious Preference.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54(4): 833-841.