Episode 53: Christopher Federico, The Psychology of Political Behavior
Related Links“The contingent, contextual nature of the relationship between needs for security and certainty and political preferences: Evidence and implications” by Christopher Federico and Ari Malka, Political Psychology(Vol. 39, S1, pp. 3-48). Chris Federico on Twitter The more education Republicans have, the less they tend to believe in climate change by Kevin Quealy, New York Times A Wider Ideological Gap Between More and Less Educated Adults, Pew Research Center
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