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Associate Professor, Psychology
Areas of Expertise: Social cognition; Self-esteem; Narcissism; Attitudes; Implicit attitudes; Automatic processes
Biography: I am part of Laurier's Social Psychology program. My primary areas of research are the self and attitudes. When we evaluate ourselves, other people, or objects in our environments, we can formulate our evaluations through reason and reflective?
(519) 884-0710 ext.2574
Associate Professor Emeritus
Areas of Expertise: Public opinion and political attitudes; Research and survey methodology; Political behaviour and voting behaviour
Biography: Political psychology and Canadian political behaviour, research methodology. Dr. Brown is currently completing research projects concerning the structure of mass political attitudes and the formation of the public’s images of political leaders. ?
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