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Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Alex Mintz, Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC Herzliya, Israel; Co-Editors: Paul 't Hart, Helen Haste, David Redlawsk, Katherine Reynolds and James Sidanius; Associate Editors: Eran Halperin, Steven Redd and Christopher Federico; Interim Book Review Editor: Paul t' Hart
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 12/149 (Political Science); 19/59 (Psychology Social)
Online ISSN: 1467-9221
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Recently Published Article Spotlight
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The Effects of Need for Cognition and Need for Affect on Partisan Evaluations
Kevin Arceneaux and Ryan J. Vander Wielen
Public Option Versus the Market: Perceived Value Violations Drive Opposition to Healthcare Reform
Geoffrey Wetherell, Christine Reyna and Melody Sadler
Changing Parties, Changing Partisans: The Personalization of Partisan Attachments in Western Europe
Group Merger Between Political Parties: The Role of the Ingroup Projection Process
Simona Sacchi, Andrea Carnaghi, Federica Castellini and Monica Colombo
Moral Foundations and Heterogeneity in Ideological Preferences
Christopher R. Weber and Christopher M. Federico
Value Differentiation Between Enemies and Allies: Value Projection in National Images
Véronique Eicher, Felicia Pratto and Peter Wilhe
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Join ISPP in Israel in 2013
The Program in Political Psychology and Decision Making (POPDM) Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC Herzliya, Israel is proud to host the 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting of the ISPP:
Political Psychology of Global Conflict, Protest and Reconciliation
July 8-11, 2013
IDC Herzliya, Israel
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New Virtual Issue
The editors of Political Psychology are excited to present a new virtual issue on Motivated Reasoning in Politics. This selection of papers from the past 7 years builds on the basic work on motivated reasoning to examine its implications in a number of situations, including initiative elections, deliberation, presidential approval, and attributions of responsibility.
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ISPP Pre-Conference, Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP)
On April 10, 2013, ISPP hosted a political psychology conference on the day before the SASP conference in Cairns, Australia.
The aims of the pre-conference were to promote political psychology research in Australia and New Zealand, facilitate communication and dissemination of scientific research on political psychology and the relationship between political and psychological phenomena and enhance the visibility of the activities of ISPP.
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