Political Psychology

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Edited By: Editor-in-Chief: Catarina Kinnvall, Department of Political Science, Lund University, Sweden; Co-Editors: John Cash, Caroline Howarth, Orla Muldoon, Martin Rosema and Thomas Rudolph; Associate Editors: Emma Bäck, Hanna Bäck, Martin Bäckström, and Jacob Sohlberg; Book Review Editor: Kristen Monroe; Editorial Manager: Sarah Scuzzarello.

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 8/161 (Political Science); 12/62 (Psychology Social)

Online ISSN: 1467-9221

Advances in Political Psychology

Advances in Political Psychology

Volume 1, January 2014
Volume 2, Forthcoming

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Editor's Introduction by Howard Lavine

Political Neuroscience: The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship, John T. Jost, Hannah Nam, Jay Van Bavel, and David M. Amodio, Department of Psychology, New York University

Interdependent Actors, Social Networks, and the Contingent Consequences of Political Communication, Robert Huckfeldt, Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis

Two Aspects of Terrorists’ Motivations: What Do They Want? Why Do They Want it?, Arie W. Kruglanski, Michele J. Gelfand, Jocelyn Belanger, START Center, University of Maryland; Rohan Gunaratna, Institute for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; and Malkanthi Hettiarachchi Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism Centre, Macquarie University, Australia

Political Ecology: On the Mutual Formation of Biology and Culture, Rose McDermott, Department of Political Science, Brown University; and Peter Hatemi, Department of Political Science, Penn State University

Morality and Politics, Linda Skitka, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, Chicago

Political Parties, Motivated Reasoning, and Public Opinion Formation, Thomas J. Leeper and Rune Slothuus, Department of Political Science and Government, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Volume 2, Forthcoming in January 2015

Expressive Rationality and Cultural Polarization: Theory and Evidence, Dan Kahan, Yale Law School

The Illusion of Choice in Democratic Politics, Charles Taber and Milton Lodge, Department of Political Science, Stony Brook University

The Cycle of Violence: Causes and Consequences of Participation in Violent Groups, Betsy Levy Paluck and Rebecca Littman, Department of Psychology, Princeton University

Source Cue Spillover Effects, Michael Tesler, Department of Political Science, Brown University

Direct and Indirect Emotion Regulation as a New Path for Conflict Resolution, Eran Halperin, School of Psychology, IDC, Herzliya, Israel

Evolutionary Political Psychology: A Primer, Michael Bang Peterson, Department of Political Science and Government, University of Aarhus, Denmark