Lectures 2005-2018

SIPP Lectures 2018

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Introduction to Political PsychologyJon Krosnick, Stanford University
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Issue Publics: The Study of Attitude Strength in the Political ArenaJon Krosnick, Stanford University
VotingJon Krosnick, Stanford University
I’ll See It When I believe it: Necessary Conditions for Persuasion in Political ContextsArthur Lupia, University of Michigan
What is wrong with the Political Knowledge in America?Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan
Macro-Micro Interfacing and the Production of Group Based Social Hierarchy. The Case of Individual Differences in Social Dominance and Institutions of Social Terror.James Sidanius, Harvard University
The Theory of Gendered Prejudice: A Social Dominance and Intersectional Perspective.James Sidanius, Harvard University
Ambiguity and Inconsistency in Political CampaignsMike Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and the Support for WarMike Tomz, Stanford University
Who will actually vote? And, how can more people be motivated to?Todd Rogers, Harvard University
Three Cognitive Tendencies Contributing to Political Polarization (+ Persistence: How Treatment Effects Persist After Interventions Stop)Todd Rogers, Harvard University
The Influence of Group Identities on Political Attitudes and BehaviorLeonie Huddy, Stony Brook University
Political Partisanship and Ideology as Emotionally Charged Social IdentitiesLeonie Huddy, Stony Brook University
The Genetics of PoliticsRose McDermott, Brown University
Polgyny and ViolenceRose McDermott, Brown University
The Politics of Threat ResponseRobb Willer, Stanford University
Morality and PoliticsRobb Willer, Stanford University
Three principles of effective political messaging: from the brain to the ballot boxDrew Westen, Emory University
Talking with the voters about race, ethnicity, and immigration: making the implicit explicitDrew Westen, Emory University
Public Opinion and Support for WarAdam Berinsky, Massachussetts Institute of Technology
Rumors, truths and reality: understanding political misinformation in the modern dayAdam Berinsky, Massachussetts Institute of Technology
Political Socialization: Micro-level Dynamics and Macro-level ImplicationsLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Inference Free Sources of AttitudesLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Hurdles and Antidotes to Making Science Communication EffectiveJamie Druckman, Northwestern University
Partisan Media Effects and Affective PolarizationJamie Druckman, Northwestern University
Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, University of California, Davis
The Conditionality of Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, University of California, Davis
Challenges of Apolitical Analysis of Politically Charged TopicsRob MacCoun, Stanford University
Politics and science of marijuana legalizationRob MacCoun, Stanford University

 

SIPP Lectures 2017

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Introduction to Political PsychologyJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Issue Publics: The Study of Attitude Strength in the Political ArenaJon Krosnick, Stanford University
I’ll See It When I believe it: Necessary Conditions for Persuasion in Political ContextsArthur Lupia, University of Michigan
What is wrong with the Political Knowledge in America?Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan
VotingJon Krosnick, Stanford University
The Genetics of PoliticsRose McDermott, Brown University
Polgyny and ViolenceRose McDermott, Brown University
Macro-Micro Interfacing and the Production of Group Based Social Hierarchy. The Case of Individual Differences in Social Dominance and Institutions of Social Terror.James Sidanius, Harvard University
The Theory of Gendered Prejudice: A Social Dominance and Intersectional Perspective.James Sidanius, Harvard University
Studying perceptions and images in international relations.Richard Herrmann, Ohio State University
National Attachments: Taproot of war or the foundations of peace.Richard Herrmann, Ohio State University
Democratic CompetenceNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Affective PolarizationNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Partisan Media EffectsJamie Druckman, Northwestern University
Do Politics Hinder Scientific Communication?Jamie Druckman, Northwestern University
Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, University of California, Davis
The Conditionality of Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, University of California, Davis
Ambiguity and Inconsistency in Political CampaignsMichael Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and Public Support for WarMichael Tomz, Stanford University
The Politics of Threat ResponseRobb Willer, Stanford University
Morality and PoliticsRobb Willer, Stanford University
Perceiving Discrimination: Antecedents and Consequences/ Through a Glass Darkly: Psychological Impact of Anti-Bias NormsBrenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
Worldviews and Perceptions of and Response to Prejudice/Presumed Fair for Whom? Impact of Diversity on Perceptions of Discrimination and Political AttitudeBrenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
Using social psychological theories to understand social justiceFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
Applying social psychology to analyze affirmative actionFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
Post-Racism? Putting President Obama’s Victory in PerspectiveThomas Pettigrew, University of California, Santa Cruz
Social Psychological Perspectives on the Trump ElectionThomas Pettigrew, University of California, Santa Cruz

 

SIPP Lectures 2016

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
What is Political Psychology?Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Issue PublicsJon Krosnick, Stanford University
VotingJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Politics in Context: Reconnecting Groups and IndividualsRobert Huckfeldt, UC Davis
Creating Public Opinion: Experts, Activists and Communication NetworksRobert Huckfeldt, UC Davis
The Politics of Threat ResponseRobb Willer, Stanford University
Morality and PoliticsRobb Willer, Stanford University
Theories of JusticeFaye Crosby, UC Santa Cruz
Affirmative ActionFaye Crosby, UC Santa Cruz
Sociology of Knowledge Introduction to the Study of Social MovementsDoug McAdam, Stanford University
Toward a Social Psychology of Movement Dynamics: Emergent-Mobilization and Differential RecruitmentDoug McAdam, Stanford University
Understanding the Variable Long-Term Effects of ActivismDoug McAdam, Stanford University
New Directions in the Study of Social MovementsDoug McAdam, Stanford University
In Pursuit of Three Theories: Authoritarians, Relative Deprivation, and Intergroup ContactThomas Pettigrew, UC Santa Cruz
The Post-Racism Myth and Obama’s 2008 Presidential VictoryThomas Pettigrew, UC Santa Cruz
Democratic Competence: OverviewNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Testing for Democratic CompetenceNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
The Genetics of PoliticsRose McDermott, Brown University
Polygyny and ViolenceRose McDermott, Brown University
Naïve Realism (i.e., ?the objectivity illusion?) and its ImplicationsLee Ross, Stanford University
Understanding and Overcoming Barriers to Conflict-EndingLee Ross, Stanford University
Computational Social PsychologyRober MacCoun, Stanford University
Political Psychology of Evidence in “Hot-Button” Policy DebatesRober MacCoun, Stanford University
Ambiguity and Inconsistency in Political CampaignsMike Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and Public Support for WarMike Tomz, Stanford University
Political Socialization: Micro-level Dynamics and Macro-level ImplicationsLaura Stoker, UC Berkeley
Inference Free Sources of AttitudesLaura Stoker, UC Berkeley
Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, UC Davis
The Conditionality of Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, UC Davis

 

SIPP Lectures 2013

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Introduction to Political PsychologyJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Research Methods in Political PsychologyJon Krosnick, Stanford University
AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Issue Publics: The Study of Attitude Strength in the Political ArenaJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Naive Realism and its ImplicationsLee Ross, Stanford University
Barriers to Conflict-Ending AgreementsLee Ross, Stanford University
Stereotyping, Prejudice, Discrimination, and Motivation to Control in Daily Life and PoliticsJack Glaser, University of California, Berkeley
Applying Psychology (and Social Science More Generally) to Public PolicyJack Glaser, University of California, Berkeley
An Integrated Model of Social Influence Across the Conformity, Deliberation, and Diffusion-of- Innovation Paradigms.Rob Maccoun, Stanford University
Social Influence as a Function of Advisor Confidence and Advisor Calibration.Rob Maccoun, Stanford University
Conceptualizing Justice: Distinctions from Philosophy and Some Social SciencesFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
Affirmative Action in Business and EducationFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
Sex Differences in AggressionRose McDermott, Brown University
Polygyny and ViolenceRose McDermott, Brown University
When Groups Meet: The Dynamics of Intergroup ContactThomas Pettigrew, University of California, Santa Cruz
Relative Deprivation: A Valuable Predictor of Collective Violence and ProtestThomas Pettigrew, University of California, Santa Cruz
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-Level Processes for Macro-Level OutcomesLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Social CapitalLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Ambiguity and Inconsistency in Political CampaignsMichael Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and Public Support for WarMichael Tomz, Stanford University
How Citizens Evaluate Government Performance: Theories and MethodsNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Hyper-accountability: The Unexpected Costs of Retrospective VotingNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Threat Response and Political Attitudes: Security, Justice, and Status Threat ResponseRobb Willer, Stanford University
Persuading Partisans: Targeted Moral Reframing Facilitates Political InfluenceRobb Willer, Stanford University
Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, University of California, Davis
The Conditionality of Framing EffectsAmber Boydstun, University of California, Davis
Attribution Theory and ResearchJon Krosnick, Stanford University

 

SIPP Lectures 2012

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
What is Political Psychology?Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and Research on AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Naïve Realism and its ImplicationsLee Ross, Stanford University
Barriers to Conflict-Ending AgreementsLee Ross, Stanford University
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJames Sidanius, Harvard University
The Gendered Theory of Prejudice: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJames Sidanius, Harvard University
Sex Differences in Experimental War GamesRose McDermott, Brown University
Polygyny and Violence Against WomenRose McDermott, Brown University
The Influence of Group Identities on Political Attitudes and BehaviorLeonie Huddy, SUNY at Stony Brook
Political Partisanship and Ideology as Emotionally Charged Social IdentitiesLeonie Huddy, SUNY at Stony Brook
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-Level Processes for Macro-Level OutcomesLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Social CapitalLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
How Citizens Evaluate Government Performance: Theories and MethodsNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Hyper-accountability: The Unexpected Costs of Retrospective VotingNeil Malhotra, Stanford University
Political Personality ProfilingJerry Post, George Washington University
The Psychology of Political Crimes: Terrorism, Assassination, and Crimes Against HumanityJerry Post, George Washington University
Measuring How Much a Democratic Public is Willing to Pay for Public Goods: The Drama and Controversy of Contingent ValuationJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Survey Questionnaire Design and the Challenge of SatisficingJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Democratic Competition and Citizen’s Preferences: An Uneasy Tension?Jamie Druckman, Northwestern University
Policy Challenges: Energy Politics and Public OpinionJamie Druckman, Northwestern University
Affective Priming of Political Candidates and Groups and IssuesMilt Lodge, SUNY at Stony Brook
The Impact of Affect on DeliberationMilt Lodge, SUNY at Stony Brook
The Individual’s Construction of Politics: The Structure and Development of Political ReasoningShawn W. Rosenberg, University of California, Irvine
The Social Construction of Politics: Political Communication and Deliberative DemocracyShawn W. Rosenberg, University of California, Irvine
Can You Increase Civic Competence? Necessary Conditions for Political PersuasionArthur “Skip” Lupia, University of Michigan
Questioning Our Competence: How to Improve the Relevance and Reliability of “Political Knowledge” MeasuresArthur “Skip” Lupia, University of Michigan
Ambiguity and Inconsistency in Political CampaignsMike Tomz, Stanford University
Political Psychology and Public Support for WarMike Tomz, Stanford University
Attribution Theory and ResearchJon Krosnick, Stanford University

 

SIPP Lectures 2011

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Implicit Social Cognition: What’s Been Learned Since 1995Tony Greenwald, University of Washington
Understanding and Using the Implicit Association TestTony Greenwald, University of Washington
How Citizens Evaluate Government PerformanceNeil Malhotra, University of Pennsylvania
Hyper-accountability: The Unexpected Costs of Retrospective VotingNeil Malhotra, University of Pennsylvania
The Psychology of TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
Suicide TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
What is Political Psychology?Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and Research on AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Can You Increase Civic Competence? Necessary Conditions for Political PersuasionSkip Lupia, University of Michigan
Questioning Our Competence: How to Improve the Relevance and Reliability of “Political Knowledge” MeasuresSkip Lupia, University of Michigan
Political Psychology as Interdisciplinary CollaborationGene Borgida, University of Minnesota
Implicit Bias: Scientific and Legal IssuesGene Borgida, University of Minnesota
Negotiation: Emotion, Culture, OutcomePeter Carnevale, University of Southern California
Mediation of Disputes in domestic and International SettingsPeter Carnevale, University of Southern California
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJim Sidanius, Harvard University
The Gendered Theory of Prejudice: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJim Sidanius, Harvard University
A Social Psychology Looks At Social Justice: Contemporary Disciplinary Approaches to Ancient IssuesFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Diversity and Merit: How Affirmative Action Works in the United StatesFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Perceiving Discrimination: Antecendents and ConsequencesBrenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
How Worldviews Shape Perceptions of and Responses to PrejudiceBrenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
The Influence of Group Identities on Political Attitudes and BehaviorLeonie Huddy, SUNY at Stony Brook
Political Partisanship and Ideology as Emotionally Charged Social IdentitiesLeonie Huddy, SUNY at Stony Brook
Sex Differences in Experimental War GamesRose McDermott, Brown University
Polygyny and Violence Against WomenRose McDermott, Brown University
The Political Psychology of Post-Conflict ReconstructionElizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
The Tradition of Field Experimentation in Political Science and PsychologyElizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
Naive Realism and Its ImplicationsLee Ross, Stanford University
Barriers to Conflict-Ending AgreementsLee Ross, Stanford University
Attribution Theory and ResearchJon Krosnick, Stanford University

 

SIPP Lectures 2010

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Implicit Processes in Everyday Life: Implications for Politics and LawGene Borgida, University of Minnesota
Extension of the Analysis of Implicit Processes as They Connect to Analogous Issues in the Legal ContextGene Borgida, University of Minnesota
The Psychology of TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
Suicide TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Social Psychology of Social Justice: A Brief Historical OverviewFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
Affirmative Action in Business and EducationFaye Crosby, University of California, Santa Cruz
What is Political Psychology?Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and Research on AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
What the American Public Really Thinks About Global WarmingJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Implicit Standards of Proof in Contentious Social Issues: Bayesianism, Bias, and Potential Tipping PointsRob MacCoun, University of California, Berkeley
Expert Confidence, Calibration, Credibility, and Cheap Talk: Six ExperimentsRob MacCoun, University of California, Berkeley
Toward a Social Psychology of Social MovementsDoug McAdam, Stanford University
Sex Differences in Aggression: Evidence from Experimental WargamesRose McDermott, Brown University
Presidential Illness, Leadership and Decision-MakingRose McDermott, Brown University
Political Ideology, Authoritarianism, and Affect Displacement TheoryMike Milburn, University of Massachusetts
Television, Emotion and PoliticsMike Milburn, University of Massachusetts
The Political Psychology of Post-Conflict ReconstructionElizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
Continuing the Tradition of Field Experimentation in Political Science and PsychologyElizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
Naive Realism and its Implications for Political Discourse and Decision-MakingLee Ross, Stanford University
Barriers to Dispute Resolution and Potential Interventions to Overcome ThemLee Ross, Stanford University
History of Political PsychologyDavid Sears, University of California, Los Angeles
Obama’s Race: The 2008 Election and the Dream of a Post-Racial AmericaDavid Sears, University of California, Los Angeles
Under Color of Authority: Terror, Intergroup Violence and the Law: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJim Sidanius, Harvard University
The Gendered Theory of Prejudice: A Social Dominance PerspectiveJim Sidanius, Harvard University
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-Level Processes for Macro-Level OutcomesLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley
Social CapitalLaura Stoker, University of California, Berkeley

 

SIPP 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 TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Psychology of Suicide Attacks.Martha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Social Psychology of Social Justice Affirmative ActionFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Political Expertise and the Level of Analysis Problem Communication, Influence, and Informational Asymmetries among VotersBob Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Psychological Perspectives on Political Communication Online ExperimentationShanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Trust and Distrust in Social Systems: A Social Cognitive Perspective Rethinking Trust and Distrust: Social Science Insights and PerspectivesRod Kramer, Stanford University
What is Political Psychology?Jon Krosnick, Stanford University
Theory and Research on AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Attribution Theory and ResearchJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Antecedents and Consequences of Perceived DiscriminationBrenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
Meritocracy and Reactions to DisadvantageBrenda Major, University of California, Santa Barbara
Toward a Social Psychology of Social MovementsDouglas McAdam, Stanford University
Sex Differences in Aggression: Evidence from Simulated War GamesRose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Presidential Illness, Leadership and Decision MakingRose McDermott, University of California at Santa Barbara
Post-Racism? Putting President Obama’s Victory in PerspectiveTom Pettigrew, University of California at Santa Cruz
Intergroup Contact: How to Facilitate Intergroup HarmonyTom 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
Political Socialization: The Implications of Micro-level Processes for Macro-level OutcomesLaura 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

 

SIPP Lectures 2008

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
The Psychology of TerrorismMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Psychology of Suicide AttacksMartha Crenshaw, Stanford University
The Social Psychology of Social JusticeFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Affirmative ActionFaye Crosby, University of California at Santa Cruz
Ideology as a Topic of Psychological InquiryChristopher Federico, University of Minnesota
Information, Motivation, and the Use of IdeologyChristopher Federico, University of Minnesota
Political Expertise and the Level of Analysis ProblemBob Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Communication, Influence, and Informational Asymmetries among VotersBob Huckfeldt, University of California at Davis
Psychological Perspectives on Political CommunicationShanto 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 attitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Attribution Theory and ResearchJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Cognitive Approaches to Foreign Policy Decision MakingDeborah Larson, University of California at Los Angeles
Cognitive Biases and the Cold War: The Commitment to West BerlinDeborah Larson, University of California at Los Angeles
A Sociology of Knowledge Perspective on the Study of Social MovementsDouglas McAdam, Stanford University
Toward a Viable Social Psychology of Social MovementsDouglas McAdam, Stanford University
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

 

SIPP Lectures 2007

Area/Topic of the LecturePresenter
Theory and Research on AttitudesJon Krosnick, Stanford University
Psychological Perspectives on Political CommunicationShanto Iyengar, Stanford University
Conflict and Dispute ResolutionLee Ross, Stanford University
Application of Experiments to Comparative PoliticsJeremy 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

 

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 effectChip Heath, Stanford University
Psychology of PowerDeborah Gruenfeld, Stanford University