Professor Elizabeth Theiss-Morse discusses political psychology and its importance throughout the world. Political psychology combines the study of political science with the study of psychology, and brings psychological theories into the study of politics. Theiss-Morse discusses academic debates in the field, how the field has changed, and how groups affect political attitudes and behaviors.
Elizabeth Theiss-Morse discusses Political Psychology
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