The Working Group in Political Psychology and Behavior is a biweekly interdisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of current research that uses a psychological and empirical orientation to examine the microfoundations of citizen and elite behavior. Our topics include but are not limited to identity, emotion, culture, beliefs, preferences (including public opinion and individual preferences), rationality, norms, cognition, group dynamics, ethnic politics, context effects, attribution, information, bargaining and trust. This is a methodologically plural forum open to faculty, graduate students, and other members of the academic community.

Lunch and discussion of the paper will begin at 12:00 p.m. and meets in the Center for Government and International Relations (CGIS) South, room 050 for the 2015-2016 academic year (except for the first two sessions, which are in CGIS Knafel 401).  Contact WoGPoP coordinator David Romney (dromney AT with questions or to be added to the listserve.