Dr. Scott Clifford is an expert on public opinion, political psychology, and survey and experimental methods. His research focuses on topics such as what causes someone to view politics in moral terms, how moral values affect public opinion, and how politicians appeal to or manipulate the public’s moral views. He has published more than 37 peer-reviewed journal articles, including publications at the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, and the Journal of Politics. He currently serves as the co-editor-in-chief at the Journal of Experimental Political Science and as an editorial board member at the American Political Science Review. Dr. Clifford teaches courses on political psychology, morality and politics, and research methods.
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