Bölüm: Political Science and International Relations Department (EN)E-posta: email@example.comTelefon: 0216 5780655Ofis: İİBF 418Time: Full TimeAkademikBiyografiPHD: Stony Brook University, Political Science (2009) MA: Stony Brook University, Political Science (2006) BA: Marmara University, Business Administration (2001) Verdiği DerslerScientific Research Methods YayınlarBooks Redlawsk, D. (Editor-in-Chief), Erisen, C., Hennes, E., Oxley, Z., Schreiber, D., & Vis, B. (Associate Editors). (2021) Oxford Encyclopedia of Political Decision Making. Oxford University Press. Oxford, UK. Erisen, C. (2018) Political Behavior and the Emotional Citizen. Palgrave - Studies in Political Psychology. London, UK. Erisen, C. & Kubicek, P. (2016). Democratic Consolidation in Turkey: Micro and Macro Challenges. Routledge. New York, U.S. Erisen, C. (2014). Political Psychology of Turkish Political Behavior.[Special Issue as Books Program] Routledge. New York, U.S. Articles Erisen, C. (2022 ) Psychological Foundations and Behavioral Consequences of Covid-19 Conspiracy Beliefs: The Turkish Case. International Political Science Review Clifford, S., Erisen, C., Vendell, D., & Cantu, F. (2022) Disgust Sensitivity and Support for Immigration Across Five Nations. Politics and Life Sciences Erisen, C., Guidi, M., Martini, S., Toprakkiran, S., Isernia, P., & Levente Littvay (2021) Psychological correlates of populist attitudes. Advances in Political Psychology. 12(S1): 149-171. Erisen, C., Vasilopoulou, S., & Kentmen-Cin, C. (2020) Emotional reactions to immigration and support for EU cooperation on immigration and terrorism. Journal of European Public Policy. 6(2): 795-813. Bilali, R., Iqbal, Y. & Erisen, C. (2019) The role of lay beliefs about group transgressions in acceptance of responsibility for ingroup harmdoing. European Journal of Social Psychology. 49(5): 992-1006. Suhay, L. & Erisen, C. (2018) The Role of Anger in the Biased Assimilation of Political Information. Political Psychology. 39(4): 793-810. Erisen, C., Redlawsk, D., & Erisen, E. (2018) Complex Thinking as a Result of Incongruent Information Exposure. American Politics Research. 46(2): 217-245. Erisen, C. & Celik-Wiltse, E. (2017) Dividedness, Institutions and Economic Performance: A Cross-National Analysis of Democratic Stability. Social Indicators Research. 132(3): 1145-1161. Erisen, C. & Kentmen-Cin, C. (2017) Tolerance and perceived threat toward the Muslim immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands. European Union Politics. 18(1): 73-97. Kentmen-Cin, C. & Erisen, C. (2017) Anti-immigration attitudes and the opposition to European integration: A critical assessment. European Union Politics. 18(1): 3-25. Erisen, C. & Villalobos, J. (2014) Exploring the Invocation of Emotions in Presidential Speeches. Contemporary Politics. 20(4): 469-488. Blais, A., Erisen, C., & Rheault, L. (2014) Strategic Voting and Coordination Problems in Proportional Systems: An Experimental Study. Political Research Quarterly. 67(2): 386-397. Erisen, C., Lodge, M., & Taber, C. (2014) Affective Contagion in Effortful Political Thinking. Political Psychology. 35(2): 187-206. Erisen, E. & Erisen, C. (2012). The Effect of Social Networks on the Quality of Political Thinking. Political Psychology, 33(6): 839-865. Cassino, D. & Erisen, C. (2010). Priming Bush and Iraq in 2008: A Survey Experiment. American Politics Research. 38(2): 372-394. Erisen, E. & Erisen, C. (2008). A Report on the Social Network Battery in the 2006 ANES Pilot Study. ANES Pilot Study Report, No. nes012063. Erisen, C. & Erdogan, E. (2019) Growing Perceived Threat and Prejudice as Sources of Intolerance: Evidence from the 2015 Turkish General Elections. Turkish Studies. 20(1):1- 25. Erisen, C. (2016) An Assessment on the Behavioral Foundations of Electoral Decisions in the 2015 Turkish General Elections.Turkish Studies. 17(1): 47-57. Erisen, C. (2015) Emotions, Social Networks, and Turkish Political Preferences on the Syria Crisis. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. 15(1): 1-18. Erisen, C. & Erisen, E. (2014). Attitudinal Ambivalence towards Turkey’s EU Membership. Journal of Common Market Studies. 52(2): 217-233. Erisen, C. (2013). Emotions as a Determinant in Turkish Political Behavior. Turkish Studies, 14(1): 115-135. Erisen, C., Erisen, E., & Ozkececi-Taner, B. (2013). Research Methods in Political Psychology. Turkish Studies, 14(1): 13-33. Erisen, C. (2013). The Political Psychology of Turkish Political Behavior: Introduction by the Special Issue Editor. Turkish Studies, 14(1): 1-12. Book Chapters Erisen, C. (2021) Anger in Political Decision Making. In D. Redlawsk et al. (Eds.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Political Decision Making. Oxford University Press. Erisen, C. & Blais, A. (2016) Strategic Voting and Personality Traits. In A. Blais, J.-F. Laslier & K. Van der Straeten (Eds.) Voting Experiments. Springer. Erisen, C. (2016) Tolerance and Democratization in Turkey. In C. Erisen & P. Kubicek (Eds.) Democratic Consolidation in Turkey. Routledge. Erisen, C. & Kubicek, P. (2016) Conceptualizing Democratic Consolidation in Turkey. In C. Erisen & P. Kubicek (Eds.) Democratic Consolidation in Turkey. Routledge. Kubicek, P. & Erisen, C. (2016) Conclusion: Turkish Democracy in 2015 and Beyond. In C. Erisen & P. Kubicek (Eds.) Democratic Consolidation in Turkey. Routledge. Erisen, C. & Erisen, E. (2014). Cognitive vs. Emotional Evaluations as the Foundations of the Public Perception of the EU in Turkey. In B. Temel (Ed.) The Great Catalyst: European Union Project and Lessons from Greece and Turkey. Lexington Books.