Political Psychology and Behavior Workshop: The Face of Immigration


Friday, March 13, 2009, 1:00pm to 2:30pm

The Face of Immigration: Examining the Effects of Racial Primes on Attitudes about Immigration

Workshop given my Natalie Masuoka (with Jane Junn), Tufts University

The Political Psychology and Behavior Workshop 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 begins at 12:00 and discussion of the paper will begin promptly at 12:15 p.m.

Address Information:
1737 Cambridge Street
K 401
Cambridge MA 02138


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