Samen met Erik van Bruggen (BKB) en Eric Corton besprak ik voor de Nieuws BV de nieuwste spotjes van de SP en het CDA. Luister het hier terug.
I organize – together with Karin Fikkers and the the Media Psychology Division (NeFCA) organizes a preconference at the ETMAAL 2017. The preconference is titled: Moving beyond self-report: Measuring arousal, emotional, and cognitive responses to media through physiological measures. Participant is free but send me an email. Click here to read more about the program
I discussed my research on Personality and European Union Attitudes (Bakker & de Vreese 2016) in BBC’s Daily Politics:
Our paper, titled “the psychological roots of populism: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany” was recently accepted for publication in the European Journal of Political Research (Click here to read the paper; Supplementary Information; and click here to download the replication folder).
My paper, co-authored with Claes de Vreese, addressing the association between personality and EU attitudes is accepted for publication in European Union Politics. Click here to read the paper (click here for the Online Appendix and the Repliciation Folder).
We still do not fully understand why attitudes towards the European Union (EU) differ among citizens. In this study, we turn to the Big Five personality traits Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism as antecedents of EU attitudes. Based on a national survey, we focus on attitudes towards widening and deepening of the EU, trust in EU institutions, identification with the EU, and negative affect experienced towards the EU. The nature of the EU attitude is expected to condition the strength and direction of the association of a particular EU attitude with a personality trait. The Big Five traits are indeed predictors of some but not all EU attitudes and will shape how citizens’ respond to changes in the institutional set-up of the EU.