- Coming soon in Comparative Political Science is Pazit’s work with Gizem Arikan on multidimensional religion and protest behavior.
- How does religion affect well-being? Read our new paper on religiosity and emotion regulation, adding cognitive reappraisal as a new mechanism.
- Naama Shoham and Haggai Elkayam won the Gillon Prize! Congratulations!
- Jonathan Winter won the Annenberg foundation scholarship for American Studies on his work on anti-immigration sentiment. Congratulations!
- Congratulations to Shani Facther on receiving the Davis grant!
- Check out our lead article in APSR: Ben-Nun Bloom, P, Arikan, G, Courtemanche, M. (2015) Religious Social Identity, Religious Belief, and Anti-Immigration Sentiment. American Political Science Review, 109 (2): 203-221.
- Gilad and Pazit’s paper was recently published on PLOS ONE: Be’ery G, Ben-Nun Bloom P (2015) God and the Welfare State – Substitutes or Complements? An Experimental Test of the Effect of Belief in God’s Control. PLoS ONE 10(6). Congratulations Gilad!
- Haggai was awarded the Glick Prize for his MA seminar, “Judgements of Moral Image: How do Moral Transgressions Influence our Judgement of Political Candidates?”. Congratulations Haggai!