How does personality influence political attitudes and behaviour?

Guest lecture by Matthew Hibbing, University of Illinois



Will individuals with an outgoing personality have other attitudes than those with an introvert personality? Will individuals who like an adrenalin rush tend to take up different attitudes from those who prefer more peaceful activities. Current research seems to indicate that this may be the case.

Get the whole story, when Matthew Hibbing from University of Illinois gives a lecture titled:

Unifying Behavioral Inquiry: 
Integrating Personality Traits and Situational Effects in the Study of Political Behavior

Time and place:
Thursday, 16 June 2011, 10-11
in the staff lunch room, Department of Political Science
(building 1330, room 126)

Michael Bang Petersen