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Political Psychology: A Brief Introduction

Course Description

What shapes political behavior more: the situations in which individuals find themselves or their internal psychological makeup? The discipline of political psychology takes the psychological viewpoint and looks at how heredity, environment, emotions and reason combine to drive our political choices. Topics include voter behavior, the moral philosophy behind partisanship, the conflict between rational thought and emotional behavior, personality differences between liberals and conservatives, and bio-politics and brain function.

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Code:SF19SL216
Dates:February 19, 2019
Meets:Tu from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Hours:1.50
Instructor:Zelda Gilbert
Fee: $0.00Fee Breakdown