Political Psychology

Spring 2016 Syllabus
 .
Research Paper Assignment
 .
Exam 1 Study Guide Exam 2 Study Guide  Exam 3 Study Guide
 .
Introducing Political PsychologyPolPsych 1-12-16
PolPsych 1-14-16Feldman, Druckman, Beauchamp, Searles
.
Identity & Group Processes: PolPsych 1-19-16 Huddy, Klar (by email)
PolPsych 1-21-16 Costa, Kam
.
Attitudes: PolPsych 1-26-16 Holbrook, Allport (by email)
PolPsych 1-28-16 Lavine, Ryan (by email)
.
Morals & Values: PolPsych 2-2-16 Ryan (by email), Haidt, Singer
PolPsych 2-4-16 Jacoby, Inglehart
.
Cognition: PolPsych 2-9-16 KahnemanBargh
PolPsych 2-11-16 Morgan, Lodge
 .
Exam 1
 .
Emotion: PolPsych 2-18-16 Brader, Banks, Hurst
PolPsych 2-23-16 Valentino, Casey, Albertson (in same article)
 .
Socialization: PolPsych 2-25-16 Jennings
 .
Genetics, Physiology, & NeurosciencePolPsych 3-1-16 Hatemi, Klofstad
PolPsych 3-3-16 Oxley, Westen
 .
PersonalityPolPsych 3-15-16 Mondak, Gerber
PolPsych 3-17-16 Hetherington, Winter, Federico, MacWilliams 
Optional: Trump 1, Trump 2, Trump 3, Trump 4
 .
Attitude Change & Persuasion: PolPsych 3-22-16 KamRoberts
 .
Exam 2
 .
Reasoning About Politics: PolPsych 3-29-16 Achen, Lupia
PolPsych 4-1-16 Taber, Henrich (print only 1st 21 pages)
 .
Political Communication Effects: PolPsych 4-5-16 KrupnikovWhite, Kalmoe, Gadarian
 .
Violence & Aggression in Politics: PolPsych 4-12-16 Kalmoe, HumphreysTemple-Raston,
Outside class (required): Fish, Bolfras
Optional: Terrorism
 .
Group Conflict & Prejudice: PolPsych 4-19-16 Posner, Piazza, Soltas
PolPsych 4-21-16 Krupnikov, Gilens, Ingraham, Jaschik
 .
Reflections on Political Psychology: PolPsych 4-28-16 Simon, Druckman
PolPsych 5-3-16
Exam 3Wednesday, May 11, 11:30 a.m.
Advertisements