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- Dr. Justin Holmes and Dr. Frederick Slocum FOR THE HOUR: THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE
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- Justin Holmes is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Northern Iowa where he teaches political psychology, political communication, and public opinion & voting behavior. His research centers around questions of how citizens acquire knowledge and opinions about the political world. He earned his PhD in political science at the University of Minnesota in 2009.
Dr. Slocum's current research focuses on the nexus between history, culture, psychology, race and politics in the American South. His first research program is exploring the extent to which politically relevant psychological differences exist between Southerners and non-Southerners. Of special interest are political-psychological variables such as authoritarianism, social dominance orientation and racial resentment, and other political measures like religious beliefs and 'culture of honor' beliefs. Dr. Slocum is studying whether Southerners, especially white Southerners, have higher levels of these variables and if so, what the political consequences are.