- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- Chapter 1 Introduction: Normative Conceptions of Democratic Citizenship and Evolving Empirical Research
- Chapter 2 The Psychology of Civic Learning
- Chapter 3 What Knowledge is of Most Worth?
- Chapter 4 Shallow Cues With Deep Effects: Trait Judgments From Faces and Voting Decisions
- Chapter 5 Strategic Politicians, Emotional Citizens, and the Rhetoric of Prediction
- Chapter 6 The Role of Persuasion Strategies in Motivating Individual and Collective Action
- Chapter 7 Social Identity and Citizenship in a Pluralistic Society
- Chapter 8 The Politics of Recognition: A Social Psychological Perspective
- Chapter 9 Diverging Ideological Viewpoints on Pathways to More Harmonious Intergroup Relations
- Chapter 10 Tolerance and the Contact Hypothesis: A Field Experiment
- Chapter 11 Racial Stereotyping and Political Attitudes: The View From Political Science
- Chapter 12 Collective Identity and the Mass Media
- Chapter 13 Social Identity and Representations of Society and Politics in the News
- Chapter 14 Experimental Social Psychology, Broader Contexts, and the Politics of Multiculturalism
- Chapter 15 Political Psychology: The Promise of (and Impediments to) Synergistic Interdisciplinary Scholarship
- Chapter 16 What Has Political Psychology to Offer Regarding Democratic Citizenship?
- The Political Psychology of Democratic Citizenship
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