My edited collections on the social psychology of the 2004, 2008, and (soon) the 2012 US presidential elections appear in the journal Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy.
The war on terror has laid bare tensions not merely between freedom and security, but also between freedom (civil liberties) and equality (civil rights).
My current work considers how attitudes towards permeable boundaries - conceptions such as flexibility and integrity - underlie individual differences in ideology. (Data from YouGov/Economist poll).
A network based on bibliographic couplings (above) can provide a non-arbitrary structure of an intellectual community.
A rudimentary survey of academic interests can provide insights into interrelations between topics of study, including social issues.
include Political psychology, Thinking and decision making, Equality and inequality, and Mathematical foundations of behavioral science
FAU students interested in working with me should contact me via email or by visiting me during office hours (WB 220, Jupiter campus).