School’s In for the Summer
I am very excited to announce that I will be teaching an introductory course in political psychology this summer at The Washington Center. I am deeply grateful for this opportunity and excited to introduce my students to the endlessly fascinating world of political psychology.
I’ll be teaching a nine-week class of around 16 undergraduates from across the country, mostly rising juniors and seniors. In addition to taking my class, these students also are interning 35 hours a week at various work sites in and around the nation’s capitol.
Many of my classes will cover territory familiar to First Person Politics’ fans and followers: the psychological foundations of ideology, generational theory, political personalities, social and situational influence techniques, political messaging, voter decision strategies, and more.
Class is going to keep me pretty busy. So for that reason, I probably won’t be doing much in the way of blogging, speaking engagements or writing until August at the earliest. Of course, if you’re interested in learning more about the above topics, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m always available to chat and steer you in the right direction when it comes to your political psychology needs.