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Krupnikov

Yanna Krupnikov

Professor

PhD, University of Michigan

S-723, Social and Behavioral Sciences Building
Department of Political Science
4392 SUNY
Stony Brook, NY 11794-4392  

P: (631) 632-7649
F: (631) 632-4116
yanna.krupnikov@stonybrook.edu

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  • Biography

    Biography

    Yanna Krupnikov is Professor of Political Science at Stony Brook University. She is also the Director of Graduate Studies. She earned her Ph.D in political science at the University of Michigan.

  • Research

    Research

    Yanna Krupnikov’s research considers the potential for power in information. She integrates psychology and political science in order to identify points at which new information can have an effect on the way people form political opinions, make political choices and, ultimately, take political actions. Her most recent research has focused on the relationship between political interest, partisanship and polarization.

  • Publications

    Publications - Articles

    James Druckman, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Matt Levendusky and John Barry Ryan (2020) “Affective polarization, local contexts and public opinion in America” Nature Human Behavior

    Yanna Krupnikov, Hillary Style and Michael Yontz (accepted) “Does Measurement Affect the Gender Gap in Political Partisanship?” Public Opinion Quarterly

    Jonathan Kingzette, James Druckman, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Matt Levendusky and John Barry Ryan (accepted) “How Affective Polarization Undermines Support for Democratic Norms” Public Opinion Quarterly

    James Druckman, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Matt Levendusky and John Barry Ryan (accepted) “(Mis-)Estimating Affective Polarization” Journal of Politics

    James Druckman, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Matt Levendusky and John Barry Ryan (accepted) “How Affective Polarization Shape Americans’ Political Beliefs: A Study of Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic” Journal of Experimental Political Science

    Eric Groenendyk and Yanna Krupnikov (2020) “What Motivates Reasoning? A Goal-Oriented Theory of Evaluation” American Journal of Political Science

    Publications - Books

    Samara Klar and Yanna Krupnikov (2016) “Independent Politics: How American Disdain for Parties Leads to Political Inaction” Cambridge University Press

  • Teaching

    Teaching

    Undergraduate: Next Offered: Fall 2021
    POL 324: American Political Parties and Pressure Groups  POL 600 : Research Project
    POL 347: Women and Politics  
    Graduate:  
    POL 565: Persuasion and Propaganda  
    POL 600: Research Project  
    POL 602: Applied Data Analysis I  
    POL 673: Advanced Topics: American Politics I  
    POL 679: Advanced Topics: Political Psychology/Behavior I  
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