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Jeffery J Mondak

James M. Benson Chair in Public Issues and Civic Leadership

Additional Campus Affiliations

Professor, Political Science
James M. Benson Chair, Political Science
Affiliate, Center for Social and Behavioral Science

Highlighted Publications

Mondak, J. J. (2010). Personality and the Foundations of Political Behavior. (Cambridge Studies in Public Opinion and Political Psychology). Cambridge University Press.

Mitchell, D. G., & Mondak, J. J. (2008). Fault Lines: Why the Republicans lost Congress. Routledge.

Mondak, J. J. (1995). Nothing to Read: Newspapers and Elections in a Social Experiment. University of Michigan Press.

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Recent Publications

Mettler, M., & Mondak, J. J. (2024). Fact-opinion differentiation. Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 5(2).

Canache, D., Mondak, J. J., Seligson, M. A., & Tuggle, B. (2022). How Bad is Bad? Dispositional Negativity in Political Judgment. Political Behavior, 44(2), 915-935.

Remmel, M. L., & Mondak, J. J. (2022). Personality, public opinion, and politics. In Handbook on Politics and Public Opinion (pp. 83-98). Edward Elgar Publishing.

Rice, M. G., Remmel, M. L., & Mondak, J. J. (2021). Personality on the Hill: Expert Evaluations of U.S. Senators’ Psychological Traits. Political Research Quarterly, 74(3), 674-687.

Mondak, J. J. (2020). Citizen grit: Effects of domain-specificity, perseverance, and consistency on political judgment. Personality and Individual Differences, 163, Article 110059.

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