The Political Psychology proseminar is an ongoing weekly meeting of graduate students and faculty. The proseminar is used for a variety of activities, including the study of classic and contemporary work in political psychology, training in interdisciplinary research methods, the planning and execution of original research, as well as presentations by graduate students, faculty of the CSPP and guest speakers from all over the world. The proseminar is taught by CSPP core faculty from the Departments of Political Science, Psychology, and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Each year, the proseminar organizes itself around a theme. The 2015-16 theme is centered around planning for the 2016 CSPP Multi-Investigator Election Panel. The proseminar is intended to provide a base of educational support and collaborations for an acitve community of scholars- students and faculty of the Center for the Study of Political Psychology- to study the 2016 presidential election from a variety of psychological perspectives.
View the Spring 2015 Proseminar Syllabus (PDF).
View the Fall 2014 Proseminar Syllabus (PDF).