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For die-hard Democrats and Republicans, the decision of who to vote for in November may be a no-brainer. In recent years, however, many voters have rejected such partisan identities, choosing to call themselves Independents. But new research suggests that Independents may not be as independent as they think. ... More>
Indiana University Bloomington, USA http://psych.indiana.edu/faculty/pages/rydell.asp What does your research focus on? I am currently engaged in two distinct lines of research. Members of my lab and I have been most ... More>
“Left…right…left…right” could be heard echoing from the Hilton Washington’s Military Room during the APS 19th Annual Convention. And while the chorus may have sounded like boot camp exercises to curious ... More>