[17] S. Kelty, R. A. Baten, A. M. Proma, M. E. Hoque, J. Bollen, and G. Ghoshal, Don't follow the leader: Independent thinkers create scientific innovation, under review at Nature Human Behavior, arXiv preprint arXiv:2301.02396, 2023

[16] H. Peters, Y. Liu, F. Barbieri, R. A. Baten, S. Matz, and M. W. Bos, User engagement in context - Predicting patterns of active and passive use on Snapchat, under review at Scientific Reports, 2023

[15] R. A. Baten, Y. Liu, H. Peters, F. Barbieri, N. Shah, L. Neves, and M. W. Bos, Predicting future location categories of users in a large social platform, In Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM), forthcoming 2023

[13] R. A. Baten, R. N. Aslin, G. Ghoshal, and M. E. Hoque, Novel idea generation in social networks is optimized by exposure to a ‘Goldilocks’ level of idea-variability, PNAS Nexus, 1(5):pgac255, November 2022

[12] A. M. Proma, M. S. Islam, S. Ciko, R. A. Baten, and M. E. Hoque, NADBenchmarks: A compilation of Benchmark Datasets for Machine Learning Tasks related to Natural Disasters, AAAI 2022 Fall Symposium Series on the Role of AI in Responding to Climate Challenges, 2022

[11] R. A. Baten, R. N. Aslin, G. Ghoshal, and M. E. Hoque, Cues to gender and racial identity reduce creativity in diverse social networks, Scientific Reports, 11(1):10261, 2021

[10] R. A. Baten, and M. E. Hoque, Technology-driven alteration of nonverbal cues and its effects on negotiation, Negotiation Journal, 37(1):35-47, 2021

[9] R. A. Baten, Fantastic Ideas and Where to Find Them: Elevating Creativity in Self-organizing Social Networks, 9th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction Workshops and Demos (ACIIW), 2021

[8] T. K. Sen, G. Naven, L. Gerstner, D. Bagley, R. A. Baten, W. Chowdhury, M. K. Hasan, K. Haut, A. Mamun, S. Samrose, A. S. Slowe, E. Barnes, M. Frank, E. Hoque, DBATES: dataset of DeBate Audio features, Text, and visual Expressions from competitive debate Speeches, IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 2021

[7] R. A. Baten, D. Bagley, A. Tenesaca, F. Clark, J. P. Bagrow, G. Ghoshal, and M. E. Hoque, Creativity in temporal social networks: How divergent thinking is impacted by one's choice of peers, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 17(171):20200667, 2020

[6] R. A. Baten, F. Clark, and M. E. Hoque, Upskilling Together: How peer-interaction influences speaking-skills development online, 8th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), pp. 662-668, 2019.

[5] M. K. Hasan, T. K. Sen, Y. Yang, R. A. Baten, K. G. Glenn, and M. E. Hoque, LIWC into the eyes: Using facial features to contextualize linguistic analysis in multimodal communication, 8th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), 2019

[4] R. Shafipour*, R. A. Baten*, M. K. Hasan, G. Ghoshal, G. Mateos, and M. E. Hoque, Buildup of speaking skills in an online learning community: A network-analytic exploration, Palgrave Communications, 4(1):1-10, 2018. *equal contributions

[3] M. I. Tanveer, S. Samrose, R. A. Baten, and M. E. Hoque, Awe the audience: How the narrative trajectories affect audience perception in public speaking, In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), 2018

[2] A. Singhal, M. R. Ali, R. A. Baten, C. Kurumada, E. W. Marvin, M. E. Hoque, Analyzing the impact of gender on the automation of feedback for public speaking, In 13th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face & Gesture Recognition (FG), 2018

[1] R. A. Baten, Z. Omair, and U. Sikder, Bangla license plate reader for metropolitan cities of Bangladesh using template matching, In International Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (ICECE), pp. 776-779. IEEE, 2014