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A large part of my research agenda focuses on the psychological causes and consequences of political violence for the mass public. This work examines both how psychological processes affect political conflict and how conflict affects psychology, providing insight into the endogenous, reciprocal dynamics that can lead violence to engender more violence. My work in this area emphasizes a variety of psychological factors and their impact on conflict dynamics, including emotions, stress, trauma, risk perception, and cognitive biases.
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