Political Psychology

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The Development of Political Institutions

Power, Legitimacy, Democracy

Human motivation and historical influence in political development

Democracy and Imperialism

Irving Babbitt and Warlike Democracies

Examines political theorist Irving Babbitt’s analysis of foreign policy leadership, with implications for the future of U.S. diplomacy

Psychology and Constructivism in International Relations

An Ideational Alliance

Psychology and constructivism together offer new ways of understanding international relations

The Psychological Assessment of Political Leaders

With Profiles of Saddam Hussein and Bill Clinton

An effective system of at-a-distance evaluation combined with comprehensive political and psychological profiles

Political Psychology in International Relations

A comprehensive account of the field of political psychology with a focus on its implications for international relations

Choosing an Identity

A General Model of Preference and Belief Formation

Challenges the conventional rational choice approaches with one that allows for cultural diversity and change

Risk-Taking in International Politics

Prospect Theory in American Foreign Policy

Discusses the way leaders deal with risk in making foreign policy decisions

Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance

Essays in Honor and Memory of Yitzhak Rabin

How to prevent the enemies of democracy from using its freedoms to attack its existence

Political Persuasion and Attitude Change

Introduces and defines a new field of research on the way political attitudes are influenced and changed

Avoiding Losses/Taking Risks

Prospect Theory and International Conflict

The impact of prospect theory on international relations theory