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UIC PhD candidate Kathryn Howard’s research about voting behavior and political transgressions published in Journal of Social and Political Psychology

“Could Your Candidate Shoot Someone on 5th Avenue and not Lose Votes? Identifying ‘Lines in the Sand’ in Ingroup Candidate Transgressions,” a new study published in the Journal of Social and Political Psychology, explores how people make voting decisions when they learn their favored candidates have committed moral transgressions. Co-authors of the study are Daniel Cervone, UIC professor of psychology, and Matt Motyl of Civil Politics. Read more about this study: