Jordan Hall, rm. 273
My research spans a range of theoretical interests, but all of it reflects my desire to do research that enhances our understanding of, and ability to address important real-world social, political and policy problems. In particular, I am interested in the psychology of social and political influence, both the factors that can shape people’s opinions and attitudes and the ways in which people can be motivated to engage in behavior that is pro-social or otherwise beneficial to themselves, their communities and the larger society.
Social influence, political psychology, behavioral decision-making, the self, psychology and policy
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