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Lectures 2012

Area/Topic of the Lecture Presenter
What is Political Psychology? Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University
Theory and Research on Attitudes Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University
Nave Realism and its Implications Lee Ross, Stanford
University
Barriers to Conflict-Ending Agreements Lee Ross, Stanford
University
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance Perspective James Sidanius, Harvard
University
The Gendered Theory of Prejudice: A Social Dominance Perspective James Sidanius, Harvard
University
Sex Differences in Experimental War Games Rose McDermott, Brown
University
Polygyny and Violence Against Women Rose McDermott, Brown
University
The Influence of Group Identities on Political Attitudes and Behavior Leonie Huddy, SUNY at
Stony Brook
Political Partisanship and Ideology as Emotionally Charged Social Identities Leonie Huddy, SUNY at
Stony Brook
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-Level Processes for Macro-Level Outcomes Laura Stoker, University of
California, Berkeley
Social Capital Laura Stoker, University of
California, Berkeley
How Citizens Evaluate Government Performance: Theories and Methods Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Hyper-accountability: The Unexpected Costs of Retrospective Voting Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
Political Personality Profiling Jerry Post, George Washington
University
The Psychology of Political Crimes: Terrorism, Assassination, and Crimes Against Humanity Jerry Post, George Washington
University
Measuring How Much a Democratic Public is Willing to Pay for Public Goods: The Drama and Controversy of Contingent Valuation Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University
Survey Questionnaire Design and the Challenge of Satisficing Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University
Democratic Competition and Citizen's Preferences: An Uneasy Tension? Jamie Druckman, Northwestern
University
Policy Challenges: Energy Politics and Public Opinion Jamie Druckman, Northwestern
University
Affective Priming of Political Candidates and Groups and Issues Milt Lodge, SUNY at
Stony Brook
The Impact of Affect on Deliberation Milt Lodge, SUNY at
Stony Brook
The Individual's Construction of Politics: The Structure and Development of Political Reasoning Shawn W. Rosenberg, University of California, Irvine
The Social Construction of Politics: Political Communication and Deliberative Democracy Shawn W. Rosenberg, University of California, Irvine
Can You Increase Civic Competence? Necessary Conditions for Political Persuasion Arthur "Skip" Lupia, University of Michigan
Questioning Our Competence: How to Improve the Relevance and Reliability of "Political Knowledge" Measures Arthur "Skip" Lupia, University of Michigan
Ambiguity and Inconsistency in Political Campaigns Mike Tomz, Stanford
University
Political Psychology and Public Support for War Mike Tomz, Stanford
University
Attribution Theory and Research Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University

Lectures 2011

Area/Topic of the Lecture Presenter
Implicit Social Cognition: What's Been Learned Since 1995 Tony Greenwald, University of Washington
Understanding and Using the Implicit Association Test Tony Greenwald, University of Washington
How Citizens Evaluate Government Performance Neil Malhotra, University of Pennsylvania
Hyper-accountability: The Unexpected Costs of Retrospective Voting Neil Malhotra, University of Pennsylvania
The Psychology of Terrorism Martha Crenshaw, Stanford
University
Suicide Terrorism Martha Crenshaw, Stanford
University
What is Political Psychology? Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University
Theory and Research on Attitudes Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University
Can You Increase Civic Competence? Necessary Conditions for Political Persuasion Skip Lupia, University of
Michigan
Questioning Our Competence: How to Improve the Relevance and Reliability of "Political Knowledge" Measures Skip Lupia, University of
Michigan
Political Psychology as Interdisciplinary Collaboration Gene Borgida, University of
Minnesota
Implicit Bias: Scientific and Legal Issues Gene Borgida, University of
Minnesota
Negotiation: Emotion, Culture, Outcome Peter Carnevale, University of Southern California
Mediation of Disputes in domestic and International Settings Peter Carnevale, University of Southern California
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
The Gendered Theory of Prejudice: A Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
A Social Psychology Looks At Social Justice: Contemporary Disciplinary Approaches to Ancient Issues Faye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Diversity and Merit: How Affirmative Action Works in the United States Faye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Perceiving Discrimination: Antecendents and Consequences Brenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
How Worldviews Shape Perceptions of and Responses to Prejudice Brenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
The Influence of Group Identities on Political Attitudes and Behavior Leonie Huddy, SUNY at Stony Brook
Political Partisanship and Ideology as Emotionally Charged Social Identities Leonie Huddy, SUNY at Stony Brook
Sex Differences in Experimental War Games Rose McDermott, Brown
University
Polygyny and Violence Against Women Rose McDermott, Brown
University
The Political Psychology of Post-Conflict Reconstruction Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
The Tradition of Field Experimentation in Political Science and Psychology Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
Naive Realism and Its Implications Lee Ross, Stanford
University
Barriers to Conflict-Ending Agreements Lee Ross, Stanford
University
Attribution Theory and Research Jon Krosnick, Stanford
University

Lectures 2010

Area/Topic of the Lecture Presenter
Implicit Processes in Everyday Life: Implications for Politics and Law Gene Borgida, University of Minnesota
Extension of the Analysis of Implicit Processes as They Connect to Analogous Issues in the Legal Context Gene Borgida, University of Minnesota
The Psychology of Terrorism Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
Suicide Terrorism Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Social Psychology of Social Justice: A Brief Historical Overview Faye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
Affirmative Action in Business and Education Faye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
What is Political Psychology? Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and Research on Attitudes Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
What the American Public Really Thinks About Global Warming Jon Krosnick, Stanford Univesrity
Implicit Standards of Proof in Contentious Social Issues: Bayesianism, Bias, and Potential Tipping Points Rob MacCoun, University of California, Berkeley
Expert Confidence, Calibration, Credibility, and Cheap Talk: Six Experiments Rob MacCoun, University of California, Berkeley
Toward a Social Psychology of Social Movements Doug McAdam, Stanford University
Sex Differences in Aggression: Evidence from Experimental Wargames Rose McDermott, Brown University
Presidential Illness, Leadership and Decision-Making Rose McDermott, Brown University
Political Ideology, Authoritarianism, and Affect Displacement Theory Mike Milburn, University of Massachusetts
Television, Emotion and Politics Mike Milburn, University of Massachusetts
The Political Psychology of Post-Conflict Reconstruction Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
Continuing the Tradition of Field Experimentation in Political Science and Psychology Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
Naive Realism and its Implications for Political Discourse and Decision-Making Lee Ross, Stanford University
Barriers to Dispute Resolution and Potential Interventions to Overcome Them Lee Ross, Stanford University
History of Political Psychology David Sears, University of California, Los Angeles
Obama's Race: The 2008 Election and the Dream of a Post-Racial America David Sears, University of California, Los Angeles
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
The Gendered Theory of Prejudice: A Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-Level Processes for Macro-Level Outcomes Laura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Social Capital Laura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley

Lectures 2009

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Groups, Cultures, and Markets in Negotiation Creativity in the Outcomes of Conflict (and a Critique of Lab Methods in Negotation Research) Peter Carnevale, University of Southern California
The Psychology of Terrorism Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Psychology of Suicide Attacks. Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Social Psychology of Social Justice Affirmative Action Faye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Political Expertise and the Level of Analysis Problem Communication, Influence, and Informational Asymmetries among Voters Bob Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Psychological Perspectives on Political Communication Online Experimentation Shanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Trust and Distrust in Social Systems: A Social Cognitive Perspective Rethinking Trust and Distrust: Social Science Insights and Perspectives Rod Kramer, Stanford University
What is Political Psychology? Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and Research on Attitudes Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Attribution Theory and Research Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Antecedents and Consequences of Perceived Discrimination Brenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
Meritocracy and Reactions to Disadvantage Brenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
Toward a Social Psychology of Social Movements Douglas McAdam, Stanford University
Sex Differences in Aggression: Evidence from Simulated War Games Rose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Presidential Illness, Leadership and Decision Making Rose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Post-Racism? Putting President Obama's Victory in Perspective Tom Pettigrew, University of California at Santa Cruz
Intergroup Contact: How to Facilitate Intergroup Harmony Tom Pettigrew, University of California at Santa Cruz
The Interactive Nature of Patriarchy and Arbitrary-set Hierarchy: The Dynamics of Sexism and Racism from An Evolutionary and Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-level Processes for Macro-level Outcomes Laura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
Social Capital Laura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
Political Psychology and Issue Voting Mike Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and International Relations Mike Tomz, Stanford University

Lectures 2008

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
The Psychology of Terrorism Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Psychology of Suicide Attacks Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Social Psychology of Social Justice Faye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Affirmative Action Faye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Ideology as a Topic of Psychological Inquiry Christopher Federico, University of Minnesota
Information, Motivation, and the Use of Ideology Christopher Federico, University of Minnesota
Political Expertise and the Level of Analysis Problem Bob Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Communication, Influence, and Informational Asymmetries among Voters Bob Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Psychological Perspectives on Political Communication Shanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Trust and Distrust in Social Systems: A Social Cognitive Perspective. Rod Kramer, Stanford University
What is political psychology? Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and research on attitudes Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Attribution Theory and Research Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Cognitive Approaches to Foreign Policy Decision Making Deborah Larson, University of California at Los Angeles
Cognitive Biases and the Cold War: The Commitment to West Berlin Deborah Larson, University of California at Los Angeles
A Sociology of Knowledge Perspective on the Study of Social Movements Douglas McAdam, Stanford University
Toward a Viable Social Psychology of Social Movements Douglas McAdam, Stanford University
Experiments in Sex Differences in Aggression Rose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Presidential Illness and Decision Making Rose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Intergroup contact: How to facilitate intergroup harmony; Authoritarianism: Its origins and mediators Tom Pettigrew, University of California at Santa Cruz
Who opposes immigration? Comparing German with North American Findings Tom Pettigrew, University of California at Santa Cruz
The Interactive Nature of Patriarchy and Arbitrary-set Hierarchy: The Dynamics of Sexism and Racism from An Evolutionary and Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance Perspective Jim Sidanius, Harvard University
Stereotypes and the Psychology of Diversity Claude Steele, Stanford University
Political Socialization: The implications of Micro-level Processes for Macro-level Outcomes.
Social Capital
Laura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
Political Psychology and Issue Voting
Political Psychology and International Relations
Mike Tomz, Stanford University
Application of Experiments to Comparative Politics Jeremy Weinstein, Stanford University

Lectures 2007

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Theory and Research on Attitudes Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Psychological Perspectives on Political CommunicationShanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Conflict and Dispute ResolutionLee Ross, Stanford University
Application of Experiments to Comparative Politics Jeremy Weinstein, Stanford University
Stereotypes and the Psychology of DiversityClaude Steele, Stanford University
Good Political Judgment: In Search of an Elusive ConstructPhilip Tetlock, University of California at Berkeley
Alternative Functionalist Frameworks for Judging JudgmentPhilip Tetlock, University of California at Berkeley
The Role of Self-Efficacy and Moral Disengagement in Sociopolitical ActivityAlbert Bandura, Stanford University
Progress in Reducing Pressing Global Problems and its Impact on Sociopolitical LifeAlbert Bandura, Stanford University
The Power of Self-InterestDale Miller, Stanford University
Perceiving Public OpinionDale Miller, Stanford University
Political Expertise and the Level of Analysis ProblemRobert Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Unanimity, Discord, and Endogeneity in Political CommunicationRobert Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Survey ExperimentsPaul Sniderman, Stanford University
Issue PublicsJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Political Socialization: The implications of Micro-level Processes for Macro-level OutcomesLaura Stoker, Stanford University
Contextual Effects on Political Attitudes and BehaviorLaura Stoker, Stanford University
Trust and Distrust in Political EnvironmentsRoderick Kramer, Stanford University
Categorization and Sense-Making in Political EnvironmentsRoderick Kramer, Stanford University
Social Psychology of Social JusticeFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Affirmative ActionFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Toward a Social Psychology of Social MovementsDouglas McAdam, Stanford University
The Political Psychology of RaceLawrence Bobo, Stanford University

Virtual SIPP Lectures 2006

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
The Political Psychology of RaceLawrence Bobo, Stanford University
Stereotypes and the Psychology of DiversityClaude Steele, Stanford University
Toward a Social Psychology of Social MovementsDouglas McAdam, Stanford University
Perceiving Public OpinionDale Miller, Stanford University
Conflict and Dispute ResolutionLee Ross, Stanford University
Implications of Cultural PsychologyHazel Markus, Stanford University
Trust and Distrust in Political EnvironmentsRoderick Kramer, Stanford University
Psychology of PowerDeborah Gruenfeld, Stanford University
Diminishing Discrimination: The Journey of One PsychologistFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Good Political Judgment: In Search of an Elusive ConstructPhilip Tetlock, University of California at Berkeley

SIPP Lectures 2005

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
The Power of Self-InterestDale Miller, Stanford University
Perceiving Public OpinionDale Miller, Stanford University
The Political Psychology of RaceLawrence Bobo, Stanford University
Good Political Judgment: In Search of an Elusive ConstructPhilip Tetlock, University of California at Berkeley
Alternative Functionalist Frameworks for Judging JudgmentPhilip Tetlock, University of California at Berkeley
Conflict and Dispute ResolutionLee Ross, Stanford University
Implications of Cultural PsychologyHazel Markus, Stanford University
Models and Aspiration-Based AdaptationsJonathan Bendor, Stanford University
Political Psychology and International RelationsMichael Tomz, Stanford University
Understanding the Psychology of Evil: Dispositional, Situational, Systematic PerspectivesPhilip Zimbardo, Stanford University
Survey ExperimentsPaul Sniderman, Stanford University
MulticulturalismPaul Sniderman, Stanford University
Diminishing Discrimination: The Journey of One PsychologistFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Affirmative Action: Who, What, Where, When, and WhyFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
The Role of Selective Moral Disengagement in Sociopolitical PracticesAlbert Bandura, Stanford University
The Sources of Presidential Support: The Public, the Media, and Presidential ApprovalRichard Brody, Stanford University
Stereotypes and the Psychology of DiversityClaude Steele, Stanford University
Toward a Social Psychology of Social MovementsDouglas McAdam, Stanford University
Trust and Distrust in Political EnvironmentsRoderick Kramer, Stanford University
Selection mechanisms in the marketplace of ideas: Urban legends, mad cow, and the Mozart effect Chip Heath, Stanford University
Psychology of PowerDeborah Gruenfeld, Stanford University
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SIPP Lectures 2002

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Social and Political CognitionMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Social and Political CognitionKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Unconcious MotivesTanya Chartrand, Ohio State University
Nationalism, Emotion and Foreign Policy ImagesMartha Cottam, Washington State University
Emotions and Political CognitionGeorge Marcus, Williams College
Unconcious Motives and FramingRichard "Ned" Lebow, Ohio State University
Framing and ValuesThomas A. Nelson, Ohio State University
Personality and ValuesDavid Winter, University of Michigan
SozializtionPaul A. Beck, Ohio State University
Gender and WarJoshua Goldstein, American University
Social Justice and Justice as a MotiveFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
World Values SurveyRonald Inglehart, University of Michigan
Decision-Making and VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Forecasting and Decision-MakingDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Competing Theories of DecisionJack Levy, Rutgers University
Leaders and Group Decision-MakingMargaret Hermann, Syracuse University

SIPP Lectures 2001

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Attitude Formation and ChangeJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Attribution ProcessesJon Krosnick and Kathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Social CognitionWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Judgment and Decision MakingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Political CognitionKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
ExperimentationMarilynn Brewer and Kathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Intergroup RelationsMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Social IdentityMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Race and PoliticsJim Sidanius, University of California at Los Angeles
Social Dominance TheoryJim Sidanius, University of California at Los Angeles
Leadership and PersonalityDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Content AnalysisDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Rational Choice TheoryDean Lacy, Ohio State University
Image Theory in International PoliticsRich Herrmann, Ohio State University
Problem Representation in International PoliticsDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Political Psychology and International PoliticsRose McDermott, Cornell University
Gender and AggressionRose McDermott, Cornell University
Media and PoliticsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Mass Media and Interpersonal Communication in ContextDiana Mutz, Ohio State University
Trust and Social CapitalLaura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
SocializationLaura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
Social JusticeFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Affirmative ActionFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Leaders, Groups, and CoalitionsPeg Hermann, Syracuse University
Leadership StylePeg Hermann, Syracuse University and Michael Young, Social Science Automation Inc.

SIPP Lectures 2000

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Being a Political PsychologistJon Krosnick and Kathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Attitude Formation and ChangeJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Survey MethodsJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Social CognitionWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Judgment and Decision MakingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Political CognitionKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Experimental MethodsKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Political SocializationVirginia Sapiro, University of Wisconsin
Political Psychology and International RelationsRobert Jervis, Columbia University
Signaling and PerceptionRobert Jervis, Columbia University
Leadership and PersonalityDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Content AnalysisDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Group DynamicsRichard Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
Problem RepresentationDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Image TheoryRichard Herrmann, Ohio State University
CounterfactualsPhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University
AccountabilityPhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University
Public OpinionPaul Sniderman, Stanford University
Democratic TransitionsArthur Miller, University of Iowa
Cross-National Public Opinion ResearchArthur Miller, University of Iowa
Social JusticeFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Clara
Affirmative ActionFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Clara
International Transformations in Comparative PerspectiveRichard Ned Lebow, Ohio State University
Theories, Evidence, and the End of the Cold WarRichard Ned Lebow, Ohio State University
Identity Conflict and ViolenceJanice Cross Stein, University of Toronto
NGOs in Complex EMERGENCIES, New Actors, New ChallengesJanice Cross Stein, University of Toronto
TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Wesleyan University
Race and PoliticsJim Sidanius, University of California at Los Angeles
Social IdentityMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Rational ChoiceKristen Monroe, University of California at Irvine
How Identity Constrains Choice: A Study of Moral Choice During the HolocaustKristen Monroe, UC at Irvine
Media and PoliticsThomas Nelson, Ohio State University
AttributionKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
SIPP Lectures 1999
Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Defining Political PsychologyNelson, McGraw, and Brewer, Ohio State University
Attitude Formation and ChangeJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Survey MethodsJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Media and PoliticsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Political SocializationM. Kent Jennings, University of California at Santa Barbara
Longitudinal Survey ResearchM. Kent Jennings, University of California at Santa Barbara
Political CognitionKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Experimental MethodsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Ideology and Political OpinionPaul Sniderman, University of California at Berkeley
Survey-based ExperimentsPaul Sniderman, University of California at Berkeley
Rational Choice TheoryKristen Renwick Monroe, University of California at Irvine
In-Depth InterviewingKristen Renwick Monroe, University of California at Irvine
Social Identify and Intergroup RelationsMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Social DominanceJim Sidanius, University of California at Los Angeles
Racial AttitudesJim Sidanius, University of California at Los Angeles
The Politics of RecognitionPamela Conover, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Focus Groups MethodologyPamela Conover, Ohio State University
Political Psychology and International RelationsJack Levy, Rutgers University
Prospect TheoryJack Levy, Rutgers University
Problem Representation and Foreign Policy Decision MakingDon Sylvan, Ohio State University
Image TheoryRick Herrmann, Ohio State University
Political Decision Making Groups and the Group Dynamics Q-SortRandall Peterson, Cornell University
Leader Personality and MotivationDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Content AnalysisDavid Winter, University of Michigan and Margaret Hermann, Syracuse University
Foreign Policy Decision MakingMargaret Hermann, Syracuse University
SimulationMargaret Hermann, Syracuse University
Group Decision ProcessPhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University and Randall Peterson, Cornell University
Moral ChoiceJohn Darley, Princeton University
Cognitive Complexity and Content AnalysisPeter Suedfeld, University of British Columbia
Judgment and ChoicePhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University

SIPP Lectures 1998

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Attitude Formation and ChangeJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Public OpinionPaul Beck, Ohio State University
EmotionsGerald Clore, University of Illinois
Political SocializationOrit Ichilov, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Stereotyping and Social CognitionTom Nelson, Ohio State University
VotingHerbert Weisberg, Ohio State University
Race and PoliticsJames Kuklinski, University of Illinois
Identity and EthnocentrismMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Media and PoliticsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Problem RepresentationDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Behavioral Decision TheoryElke Weber, Ohio State University
Game TheoryDean Lacey, Ohio State University
Attribution TheoryKathleen McGraw, Ohio State University
Influence of Culture on PoliticsFritz Gaenslen, Gettysburg College
Gender and PoliticsRosalee Clawson, Purdue University
International ImagesRichard Herrmann, Ohio State University
Political LeadershipPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
Social MovementsRichard and Margaret Braungart, Syracuse University
Evil and ViolenceRoy Baumeister, Case Western Reserve University
Pro-Social BehaviorDavid Schroeder, University of Arkansas
Crisis Management (Governmental Politics)Eric Stern, University of Stockholm, Sweden
Group DynamicsRichard Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
Domestic Sources of Foreign PolicyJoe Hagan, West Virginia University
Conflict ResolutionRoy Lewicki, Ohio State University

SIPP Lectures 1997

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Information ProcessingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
StereotypingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Public OpinionPaul Beck, Ohio State University
VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Framing and PrimingTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Game TheoryDean Lacy, Ohio State University
Behavioral Decision TheoryElke Weber, Ohio State University
Problem RepresentationDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Media and PoliticsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Gender and PoliticsPatricia Craig, Harvard University
Group DynamicsRichard Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
Bureaucratic PoliticsJuliet Kaarbo, University of Kansas
Dispute ResolutionRoy Lewicki, Ohio State University
Pro-Social BehaviorDavid Schroeder, University of Arkansas
Political LeadershipPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
Democracies and WarCharles Kegley, University of South Carolina
AggressionBrad Bushman, Iowa State University
AccountabilityPhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University
Q-Sort TechniquePhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University
EthnocentrismDonald Kinder, University of Michigan
MotivationDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Content AnalysisPeg Hermann, Ohio State University and Michael Young, Ohio University
Race and PoliticsJames Kuklinski, University of Illinois
Attribution TheoryRobert Arkin, Ohio State University
International ImagesRichard Herrmann, Ohio State University
Personality TheoryDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Computational ModelingMichael Young, Ohio University
Comparative Case StudiesJuliet Kaarbo and Ryan Beasley, University of Kansas

SIPP Lectures 1996

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Political Belief SystemsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Information ProcessingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
StereotypingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
VotingHerbert Asher, Ohio State University
Media and PoliticsJon Krosnick and Tom Nelson, Ohio State University
Issues in Political PsychologyJon Krosnick, Tom Nelson, and Peg Hermann, Ohio State University
Political SocializationPaul Beck, Ohio State University
Development and SocializationRaymond Montemayor, Ohio State University
Problem RepresentationDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University and James Voss, University of Pittsburgh
Behavioral Decision TheoryElke Weber, Ohio State University
Social IdentityMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
Mobilization of Social MovementsPatricia Craig, Ohio State University
Race and PoliticsDonald Kinder, University of Michigan
Bureaucratic PoliticsEric Stern, University of Stockholm, Sweden
Group Decision MakingEric Stern, University of Stockholm, Sweden
Personality and MotivationDavid Winter, University of Michigan
AttributionJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Historical CounterfactualsPhilip Tetlock, Ohio State University
Group and Individual Levels of AnalysisRichard Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
Democracies and WarCharles Kegley, University of South Carolina
Game TheoryDean Lacy, Ohio State University
AggressionRussell Geen, University of Missouri
Pro-Social BehaviorDavid Schroeder, University of Arkansas
International ImagesRichard Herrmann, Ohio State University
Leadership and Decision MakingPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
Political Institutions and Public OpinionWendy Rahn, University of Minnesota
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SIPP Lectures 1995

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Attitude Formation and ChangeJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Political Belief Systems and Public OpinionTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Information ProcessingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
StereotypingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Political StereotypesEwa Golebiowska, Tufts University
SocializationJudy Torney-Purta, University of Maryland
Political SocializationPaul Beck, Ohio State University
Social Identity and Intergroup ConflictMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
International Political ImagesRick Herrmann, Ohio State University
AttributionJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Behavioral Decision TheoryElke Weber, Ohio State University
Political AccountabilityPhilip Tetlock, University of California at Berkeley
Coping with StressCatherine Heaney, Ohio State University
Leadership and Crisis ManagementPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
Group Decision MakingRandall Peterson, Northwestern University
Decision Making in OrganizationsRobert Billings, Ohio State University
AggressionLeonard Berkowitz, University of Wisconsin
Democracies and WarCharles Kegley, University of South Carolina
JusticeBarbara Mellars, Ohio State University
Judicial PoliticsLawrence Baum, Ohio State University
AltruismDavid Schroeder, University of Arkansas
Social Movements and Political PartiesPatricia Craig, Ohio State University
Prospect Theory and International RelationsJack Levy, Rutgers University

SIPP Lectures 1994

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Political BeliefsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
SocializationRaymond Montemayor, Ohio State University
Political SocializationPaul Beck, Ohio State University
AttributionJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Social CognitionTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Political ImagesRichard Herrmann, Ohio State University
StereotypesWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
DemocratizationRichard Gunther, Ohio State University
PersonalityDavid Winter, University of Michigan
VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
MotivationDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Heuristics and BiasesWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Nexus Between Political Elites and Mass PublicsJohn Zaller, University of California at Los Angeles
Group DynamicsRichard Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
Political LeadershipMargaret Hermann, Ohio State University
Decision Making in OrganizationsRobert Billings, Ohio State University
Political Group Decision Making and Bureaucratic PoliticsPaul 't Hart, University of Leiden
Problem RepresentationJames Voss, University of Pittsburgh and Donald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Stress and CopingCatherine Heaney, Ohio State University
Liberalism and IdealismCharles Kegley, University of South Carolina
AggressionRussell Geen, University of Missouri
Political Participating from a Comparative PerspectiveBradley Richardson, Ohio State University
AltruismMargaret Clark, Carnegie-Mellon University
Conflict Management and ResolutionRichard Ned Lebow, University of Pittsburgh
NegotiationJanice Stein, University of Toronto Washington

SIPP Lectures 1993

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Political Belief SystemsTom Nelson, Ohio State University
Heuristics and BiasesWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Development and DemocratizationFelipe Aguero, Ohio State University
AttributionJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Social CognitionTom Nelson, Ohio State University
VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
StereotypesWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Political CultureMargaret Hermann, Syracuse University
SocializationRay Montemayor, Ohio State University
Political SocializationPaul Beck, Ohio State University
Motivation and PersonalityDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Social IdentityMarilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
International ImagesRick Herrmann, Ohio State University
Group DynamicsRichard Moreland, University of Pittsburgh
Dynamics in Political GroupsChuck Hermann, Ohio State University
Decision Making in OrganizationsBob Billings, Ohio State University
Political LeadershipPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
Problem RepresentationJim Voss, University of Pittsburgh and Donald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Stress and CopingCathy Heaney, Ohio State University
Liberalism and IdealismCharles Kegley, University of South Carolina
AggressionRuss Geen, University of Missouri
Crisis ManagementRichard Ned Lebow, Ohio State University
Altruism, Compliance, and ObedienceRich Petty, Ohio State University
International SecurityJoe Kruzel, Ohio State University
Bargaining and NegotiationDaniel Druckman, George Mason University

SIPP Lectures 1992

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
SocializationRay Montemayor, Ohio State University
AttributionJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
StereotypingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Judgment and Decision MakingTom Nygren, Ohio State University
PersonalityDavid Winter, University of Michigan
MotivationDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Belief Systems and Public OpinionWendy Rahn, University of Minnesota
SocializationPaul Beck, Ohio State University
Ethnic NationalismGoldie Shabad, Ohio State University
VotingJon Krosnick, Ohio State University
Political CulturePeg Hermann, Ohio State University
Group DynamicsGary Stasser, Miami University
Decision Making in OrganizationsBob Billings, Ohio State University
Heuristics and BiasesWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Problem RepresentationJim Voss, University of Pittsburgh and Donald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Stress and CopingCathy Heaney, Ohio State University
AggressionRuss Geen, University of Missouri
Altruism, Compliance, and ObedienceRich Petty, Ohio State University
NegotiationJanice Stein, University of Toronto
Groups and Bureaucratic PoliticsChuck Hermann, Ohio State University
Political LeadershipPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
International ImagesRick Herrmann, Ohio State University
Decision Making Under StressPeg Hermann, Ohio State University
International ConflictChad Alger, Ohio State University
DeterrenceJoe Kruzel, Ohio State University

SIPP Lectures 1991

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Cognitive Consistency TheoriesRichard Petty, Ohio State University
Belief SystemsWendy Rahn, University of Minnesota
Attitude Formation and ChangeRichard Petty, Ohio State University
Public OpinionPaul Beck, Ohio State University
Socialization and DevelopmentRaymond Montemayor, Ohio State University
Political SocializationPaul Beck, Ohio State University
Knowledge Structures and MemoryWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
VotingHerbert Weisberg, Ohio State University
Social Identity and StereotypingWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
Political CultureBob Woyach, Ohio State University
Attribution TheoryRobert Arkin and Gifford Weary, Ohio State University
Campaigns and ElectionsJohn Kessel, Ohio State University
Moral ReasoningRaymond Montemayor, Ohio State University
Ethnic, Race, and Gender IssuesGoldie Shabad, Ohio State University
MotivationDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Rational ChoiceStephen Wright, University of Rochester
Psychodynamic Personality TheoryDavid Winter, University of Michigan
Authoritarianism and AlienationFelipe Aguero, Ohio State University
Judgment and Decision MakingThomas Nygren, Ohio State University
Judicial Decision MakingLaurence Baum, Ohio State University
Contemporary Personality TheoryHerbert Mirels, Ohio State University
LeadershipSamuel Patterson, Ohio State University
Problem Representation and Problem SolvingJames Voss, University of Pittsburgh
Definition of the SituationDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Decision Making in OrganizationsRobert Billings, Ohio State University
Bureaucratic PoliticsDonald Sylvan, Ohio State University
Group DynamicsGary Stasser, Miami University
Group Decision MakingCharles Hermann, Miami University
Heuristics and BiasesWilliam von Hippel, Ohio State University
International ImagesRichard Herrmann, Miami University
Stress and CopingCatherine Heaney, Ohio State University
Crisis ManagementCharles Hermann, Miami University
Obedience, Conformity, and ComplianceTimothy Brock, Ohio State University
DeterrenceJoseph Kruzel, Ohio State University
AggressionTimothy Brock, Ohio State University
International ConflictJames Harf, Ohio State University
AltruismMargaret Clark, Carnegie Mellon University
Bargaining and NegotiationMargaret Hermann, Syracuse University
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