David Doherty, PhD
Professor of Political Science, Loyola University Chicago
I am a professor of political science at Loyola University Chicago where I teach courses on American politics and political behavior.
My research addresses a variety of issues related to political attitudes and behavior. I am particularly interested in:
- Public perceptions and evaluations of political processes–how people want political actors to make decisions, what procedures they view as fair and unfair, and how they make inferences about what drives representatives and other political elites;
lab, survey, and field experimental research methods;
how elite communications affect voters’ attitudes and behavior;
innovative approaches to teaching political concepts and methods to undergraduate and graduate students.
I can help with...
- Election Results
- Voter Behavior