• PhD, Political Science George Washington University
  • MA, Social Science University of Chicago
  • BA, Political Science University of Michigan

Academic interests

Political Psychology; Mass Political Behavior; Organized Interests; Parties and Elections


Intro to American Politics; Voting, Campaigns, and Elections; Research Methods; Political Psychology; U.S. Congress


Personality and the Challenges of Democratic Governance: How Unconscious Thought Influences Political Understanding , 2017, Palgrave Macmillan; "Race and Right-Wing Authoritarianism: How Scoring High in Authoritarianism Does Not Necessarily Lead to Support for Right-Wing Candidates," 2017 Social Science Quarterly; "Incorrect Voting in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election: How Partisan and Economic Cues Fail to Help Low-Information Voters," 2015, Electoral Studies

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