Political Behavior Research Group

The Political Behavior Research Group meets twice a month during the academic year to discuss ongoing and completed research related to political attitudes, political cognition, ideology, participation, public opinion, and voting behavior. The group combines traditional methods in political science with approaches from political psychology and biopolitics to examine how psychology and biology help give rise to political behavior. The group membership consists primarily of faculty and graduate students in the Political Science Department. On this site, you will find current and past speaker schedules, along with a list of current and former PBRG participants.

Please contact faculty coordinators Dr. Ursula Kreitmair or Dr. Geoff Lorenz if you would like to be added to the PBRG listserv, or with any comments or questions about the group.