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The (In)Egalitarian Self: On the Motivated Rejection of Alleged Implicit Racial Bias

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.”

Why Donald Trump’s election may mean we see more liberal conspiracy theories about...

In new research, Joanne Miller (UMN), Kyle Saunders (Colorado State), and Christina Farhart (UMN) find that conservatives are more likely to endorse ideologically motivated conspiracy theories if they have low levels of trust in government and greater political knowledge. Liberals, on the other hand, are less likely to endorse liberal conspiracy theories if they have both greater political knowledge and more trust in government.
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Political psychology PhD student contributes to CPMR's US Election Analysis 2016

The results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election have left many Americans shocked and puzzled. In an attempt to address the trends and remaining questions from one of the longest, most intriguing presidential election of the 21st century, The Centre for Politics and Media Research (CPMR) has published 83 articles in a collection titled "US Election Analysis 2016: Media, Voters, and the Campagin".