Lectures 1996-2002

SIPP Lectures 2002

Area/Topic of 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/ 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 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 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 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 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 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
Experiments in Sex Differences in AggressionRose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Presidential Illness and Decision MakingRose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Intergroup contact: How to facilitate intergroup harmony; Authoritarianism: Its origins and mediatorsTom Pettigrew, University of California at Santa Cruz
Who opposes immigration? Comparing German with North American FindingsTom 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 PerspectiveJim Sidanius, Harvard University
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJim Sidanius, Harvard University
Stereotypes and the Psychology of DiversityClaude Steele, Stanford University
Political Socialization: The implications of Micro-level Processes for Macro-level Outcomes.Laura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
Social CapitalLaura Stoker, University of California at Berkeley
Political Psychology and Issue VotingMike Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and International RelationsMike Tomz, Stanford University
Application of Experiments to Comparative PoliticsJeremy Weinstein, Stanford University