Curriculum Vitae

Bert Bakker is Assistant Professor of Political Communication & Journalism at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (University of Amsterdam). The academic year 2017-2018 I am a visiting research fellow at the Behavioural Foundations Laboratory at Temple University. Click here for my CV (October 2017).



Bakker, B.N. (conditionally accepted). Selling ourselves short? How abbreviated measures of personality change the way we think about personality and politics. Journal of Politics.

Bakker, B.N. (2016). Personality traits, income and economic ideology. Political Psychology. Doi: 10.1111/pops.12349. Blog at LSE British Politics and Society; StukRoodVlees

Bakker, B. N., Klemmensen, R., Nørgaard, A.S., & Schumacher, G. (2016). Stay loyal or exit the party? How openness to experience and extroversion explain vote switching. Political Psychology. 37(3): 419-429. Doi: 10.1111/pops.12257. Covered on PsyPost, LSE British Politics and Society; StukRoodVlees

Bakker, B.N., Rooduijn, M., & Schumacher, G. (2016). Personality traits and voting for populist parties: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany. European Journal of Political Research. 55 (2): 302-320. Doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12121. Covered on: Monkey Cage; The Science Behind Trump; StukRoodVlees (1); StukRoodVlees (2)

Bakker, B.N., &  De Vreese, C.H. (2016). Personality and European Union attitudes: Relationships across European Union attitude dimensions. European Union Politics 17(1): 25-45. Doi:10.1177/14651. Covered on: BBC 2 (Daily Politics); Blogs at LSE EUROPP Blog; Democratic Audit UK.

Bakker, B.N., Hopmann, D.N., & Persson, M. (2015). Personality traits and party identification over time. European Journal of Political Research 54(2), 197-215. Doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12070.

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