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She also understood political psychology and political practice.
She understood political psychology and political practice.
00 Hardcover HM753 Alexa Ispas explores what a focus on social identity can contribute to our understanding of political psychology.
And theory from political psychology on motivated social cognition suggests that children who have fearful temperaments may be more likely to hold conservative ideologies as adults.
It is difficult to explain this strange phenomenon from the point of view the political sociology or political psychology.
Only 1,000 out of 11 million from all 24 provinces took part in the poll," Salem al-Abyad, professor of political psychology at the University of Tunisia, told Al Arabiya.
Support for a generally liked policy can be lowered significantly simply by associating with a group seen as "radical" or "extreme" The findings show why attacking political opponents as "extremists" is so popular--and so effective, notes Thomas Nelson, coauthor of a study published in Political Psychology.
I agree and offer clues from research in political psychology as to how these goals can be achieved.