Jonathan Renshon

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  • Todd S Sechser, Robert Art, Navin Bapat, Mark Buntaine, Jonathan Caverley, Benjamin Cohen +48 others
  • 2015
When do states defend their reputations? States sometimes pay heavy costs to protect their reputations, but other times willingly take actions that could tarnish them. What accounts for the difference? This paper investigates the sources of reputation-building in the context of coercive diplomacy. It argues that fears about the future drive(More)
1 Course Description This is a graduate course on psychological approaches to International Relations (IR). This course does not require a background in psychology or political psychology, though those that have it are, of course, welcome. The course is designed around substantive topic areas (e.g. trust, reputation, personality, emotions) which we will(More)
  • bullet Berinsky, Sances Quek, Mturk, Dan Myers, Jonathan Renshon, Kristin Michelitch Please +25 others
  • 2012
Welcome to the next issue of the Experimental Political Scientist. Leading off are discussions of experimental " technologies " and associated research programs: mTurk for recruiting subjects throughout the world and a platform for decision process tracing. Next our colleagues take on a discussion of the role behavioral game experiments that arose from a(More)
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