Introduction to Political Psychology

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Auther Index

A
Abanes, R., 229, 231
Adams, G., 30
Adorno, T., 23–24
Ajzen, I., 58
Aldag, R. J., 82
Allport, G., 19–20, 42, 155
Altemeyer, B., 24–25, 156, 225
Asch, S., 70–71
Ayers, R. W., 217

B
Bales, R. F., 78
Barber, J. D., 25–27, 99, 107
Barlow, K. M., 167
Bartels, L., 130, 133
Baumeister, R. F., 226, 228
Beck, A., 49
Beck, P. 143
Bentsen, L., 112
Bin Laden, O., 236–238
Birt, R., 17–18
Blair, T., 148
Bobo, L., 165
Bourhis, R., 156
Brody, R. A., 131
Brown, R. P., 185
Burns, J. M., 98–99
Burroughs, T., 25
Butler, D. E., 148

C
Campbell, A., 6, 127
Carmines, E., 162
Carter, G., 27
Carville, J., 112
Cattell, R. B., 20
Chaiken, S., 57, 59
Charnasangavej, T., 185
Child, D., 20
Christopher, W., 111
Cohen, B., 140
Cohen, S., 248–249
Conrad, S. D., 235, 248
Converse, P., 6, 129
Costa, P. T., 17
Cottam, M., 51, 195
Cottam, R., 51, 195
Cottrell, N. B., 76
Crichlow, S., 109
Cubides, F. C., 241

D
Dalton,, R., 143
Darley, J. M., 247
Davis, K. E., 39
de Cataldo Neuberger, L., 225
deKlerk, F. W., 169, 252
Delli Carpini, M. X., 133, 136
Dennis, J., 143
Deutsch, M., 261, 267
Devos, T., 51
Dicks, H., 244
Diener, E., 21
Drew, E., 115
Duckitt,, J., 51, 57–58, 169–170
Dyson, S., 31

E
Eades, L. M., 168
Eagly, A. H., 57, 59
Easton, D., 143
Ellemers, N., 47
Elms, A. C., 226
Emerson, R., 191
Erikson, E. H., 16
Etheredge, L., 28
Evans, D. L., 20
Ewen, R., 13–14
Eysenck, H. J., 20
Ezekiel, R., 227, 231

F
Festinger, L., 67
Fiorina, M. P., 136
Fishbein, M., 58
Fiske, S., 48
Fodor, E. M., 28
Ford, G., 27
Forsyth, D. R., 92
Fredrickson, G., 153

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Introduction to Political Psychology
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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Dedication *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Chapter 1 - An Introduction to Political Psychology 1
  • Chapter 2 - Personality and Politics 13
  • Endnotes *
  • Chapter 3 - Cognition, Social Identity, Emotions, and Attitudes in Political Psychology 37
  • Chapter 4 - The Political Psychology of Groups 63
  • Chapter 5 - The Study of Political Leaders 97
  • Endnotes 123
  • Chapter 6 - Voting, Role of the Media, and Tolerance 125
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  • Chapter 7 - The Political Psychology of Race and Ethnicity 153
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  • Chapter 8 - The Political Psychology of Nationalism 191
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  • Chapter 9 - The Political Psychology of Political Extremists 223
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  • Chapter 10 - The Political Psychology of International Security and Conflits 257
  • Endnote 276
  • Glossary 277
  • References 287
  • Auther Index 333
  • Subject Index 337
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