Political Behavior: Cognition, Psychology, & Behavior eJournal
Editor: Mathew D. McCubbins
University of California, San Diego

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts on theoretical, empirical and experimental studies of human political behavior, cognition, learning, psychology, and choice, including novel approaches such as the use of fMRI and EEG. The eJournals scope is twofold. First, it seeks to bring together theoretical insights from disparate fields that relate to human decision making as it may affect political choice. Second, it seeks to bring together cutting edge empirical and experimental studies as they relate to political behavior, learning, and decision making. Contributions from political scientists in all fields, psychologists, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, philosophers, economists, neuroeconomists, biologists, and computer scientists are welcomed.

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Political Behavior: Cognition, Psychology, & Behavior eJournal Advisory Board
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Editor: Mathew D. McCubbins
University of California, San Diego


Rudy B. Andeweg

John T. Cacioppo

Dennis Chong

Ann N. Crigler

Antonio R. Damasio

James H. Fowler

James L. Gibson

Tim Groseclose

Milton Lodge

Arthur Lupia

Darren M. Schreiber

Randolph Stevenson

Charles S. Taber

Mark Turner

Rick K. Wilson

Paul J. Zak