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Political Polarisation 2.0: Insights from Psychology & Computational Social Science

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Are people psychologically hard-wired to polarise? How can behavioural science bring them together?

Join for a dynamic panel with experts in the psychology of political polarisation and conflict: Dr Jeff Lees (Harvard / Clemson), Andres Casas (U. of Pennsylvania) and Dr William Brady (Yale). In live conversation with Dr Leor Zmigrod (U. of Cambridge), we will discuss what psychology and computational social science can offer to detoxify our politics and foster social understanding across divisions using the latest scientific evidence and cutting-edge methodologies.

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This talk is part of the Cambridge University Behavioural Insights Team (CUBIT) series.

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