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The Feeling, Thinking Citizen

Essays in Honor of Milton Lodge, 1st Edition

Edited by Howard Lavine, Charles S. Taber

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256 pages | 13 B/W Illus.

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This book is an appreciation of the long and illustrious career of Milton Lodge. Having begun his academic life as a Kremlinologist in the 1960s, Milton Lodge radically shifted gears to become one of the most influential scholars of the past half century working at the intersection of psychology and political science. In borrowing and refashioning concepts from cognitive psychology, social cognition and neuroscience, his work has led to wholesale transformations in the way political scientists understand the mass political mind, as well as the nature and quality of democratic citizenship.

In this collection, Lodge’s collaborators and colleagues describe how his work has influenced their own careers, and how his insights have been synthesized into the bloodstream of contemporary political psychology. The volume includes personal reflections from Lodge’s longstanding collaborators as well as original research papers from leading figures in political psychology who have drawn inspiration from the Lodgean oeuvre. Reflecting on his multi-facetted contribution to the study of political psychology, The Feeling, Thinking Citizen illustrates the centrality of Lodge’s work in constructing a psychologically plausible model of the democratic citizen.

Reviews

'The depth and range of Milton Lodge's contributions to political psychology are highlighted by the distinction of the authors contributing to this volume. Its broad focus encompasses motivated reasoning, transfer of affect, and the problem of wobbly citizen civic expertise, among other topics.'David O. Sears, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Political Science, UCLA

'This is an important book. It demonstrates the powerful and far reaching influence that Milton Lodge has had on the development of political psychology. Not only has his personal research had a singular influence on the field but his example has demonstrated how political psychologists should conduct their work to meet the highest academic and scholarly standards.'Edward G. Carmines, Distinguished Professor, Warner O. Chapman Professor of Political Science, and Rudy Professor, Indiana University

'This is a book to prize. It is above all a book of ideas—most centrally, the ideas of the preeminent researcher in the field, Milton Lodge, but additionally, as a bonus, the ideas of many who have had the good fortune of learning from him by working alongside him.'Paul M. Sniderman, Fairleigh S. Dickinson Jr. Professor of Public Policy, Stanford University

Table of Contents

Foreword

Jeffrey A. Segal

  1. A Festschrift for a Friend
  2. [Howard Lavine and Charles S. Taber]

  3. Conversations about The Rationalizing Voter
  4. [Charles S. Taber]

  5. Inside the Black Box with Milt, and Other Lessons Learned
  6. [Kathleen M. McGraw]

  7. Citizens, Politics, and Process: The Extensive Reach of Milton Lodge
  8. [Robert Huckfeldt]

  9. The Paradox of Political Knowledge
  10. [Jennifer Jerit and Caitlin Davies]

  11. Political Expertise and Open-Minded Cognition
  12. [Victor Ottati, Chase Wilson, Erika Price, and Nathanael Sumaktoyo]

  13. Belief Change: A Bayesian Perspective
  14. [Marco R. Steenbergen and Howard Lavine]

  15. Motivated Responses to Political Communications: Framing, Party Cues, and Science Information
  16. [James N. Druckman, Thomas J. Leeper, and Rune Slothuus]

  17. The Effects of First Impressions on Subsequent Information Search and Evaluation
  18. [David P. Redlawsk and Douglas Pierce]

  19. Racially Motivated Reasoning
  20. [Stanley Feldman and Leonie Huddy]

  21. All in the Eye of the Beholder: Asymmetry in Ideological Accountability
  22. [Gaurav Sood and Shanto Iyengar]

  23. (Working toward) Affective Transfer in the Real World

[Tessa M. Ditonto and Richard R. Lau]

About the Editors

Howard Lavine is Arleen C. Carlson Professor of Political Science and Psychology at the University of Minnesota and Director of the Center for the Study of Political Psychology. He is author of Open versus Closed: Personality, Identity and the Politics of Redistribution (2017) and The Ambivalent Partisan: How Critical Loyalty Promotes Democracy (2012), which won the Robert E. Lane and David O. Sears Book Awards. He is editor of Advances in Political Psychology.

Charles S. Taber is Professor of Political Science and Dean of the Graduate School at Stony Brook University. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1991, and works in the fields of political psychology and computational modeling. Taber has contributed to the growing literature on the psychological mechanisms that drive public opinion, and his 2013 book, The Rationalizing Voter, coauthored with Milton Lodge, won the Robert E. Lane Book Award and the Book of the Year Awards from the Experimental Politics and Migration and Citizenship Sections of the American Political Science Association.

About the Series

Routledge Studies in Political Psychology

Advisory Board: Ted Brader, University of Michigan; Eugene Borgida, University of Minnesota; Marc Ross, Bryn Mawr College and Linda Skitka, University of Illinois, Chicago

Political psychology is dedicated to the analysis of the interrelationships between psychological and political processes. The field is interdisciplinary in nature, bidirectional in influence (the psyche influences political orientation and the polity leaves its mark on who we are), and draws on a broad range of disciplinary sources, including cultural anthropology, history, economics, neuroscience, behavioral genetics, sociology, and organizational behavior. From a psychological perspective, politics is not only about "who gets what" in the material sense; it is also about how psychological predispositions, social identities and bounded information processing capacities fundamentally shape and constrain how individuals interact with their government and society at large.

The Routledge Studies in Political Psychology was developed to publish books representing the widest range of theoretical, methodological and epistemological approaches in political psychology. The series is intended to expand awareness of the creative application of psychological theory within the domain of politics and foster deeper appreciation of the psychological roots of political behavior. We are particularly interested in scholarly monographs, but proposals for edited volumes will also be considered. 

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
PSY031000
PSYCHOLOGY / Social Psychology
SOC000000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General