Benjamin Toff was one of two winners for the 2018 Heinz Eulau Award for best article published in Perspectives on Politics for the previous calendar year. His article is titled “The Fact of Experience: Rethinking Political Knowledge and Civic Competence.”
Joe Vitriol awarded Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences (FABBS) Doctoral Dissertation Research Excellence Award (2017-2018; competitive international award across the behavioral sciences) for his dissertation titled: “The (In)Egalitarian Self: On the Motivated Rejection of Alleged Implicit Racial Bias.”
Three alumni of the Center for the Study of Political Psychology have an exciting new article in press at Electoral Studies. In it, they employ data from the 2016 Minnesota Multi-investigator study to replicate their dual-process account of candidate trait evaluation.
The Center for the Study of Political Psychology is proud to co-sponsor a one-day conference on Friday, October 13th, on the role and effectiveness of persuasion, using the high-profile events in Ferguson, Missouri as a case study.