Experts in the Field of Politics American-congressional


John Hibbing studies the manner in which biological variations mitigate the way in which individuals respond to politically relevant environmental occurrences. Hibbing’s current research interests center on the relationship of biological characteristics to political orientations and behavior. These characteristics could be innate, acquired in early development, and/or shaped by more proximal experiences but the fact that at some point they appear to become physiological has important implications for the manner in which political life is conceptualized and studied.