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Dear Dr. Sven,
I think along Dunbar's number the research of Dr. Thomas Hills may be informative:Hills, Thomas / Pachur, Thorsten. Search in Social Memory: How We Remember Who We Know, http://www.asna.ch/index.php?id=54
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Subject: Re: [SOCNET] Question regarding the human mind's capacity to make sense of network structures


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>Am 25.01.2012 um 13:45 schrieb Marten Düring:
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>>I am wondering whether someone could point me to research on the human mind's capacity to map and make sense of (social) network structures independently from any external tools. In other words: Up to which number of actors and ties are we able to understand network structures fairly well? 
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>>Thanks
>>Marten
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>>Marten Düring
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>>Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen
>>Goethestr. 31
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>>www.kulturwissenschaften.de
>>www.memory-research.de
>>https://sites.google.com/site/historicalnetworkresearch
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