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A három részből álló tanulmány kritikai áttekintést nyújt a konzervativizmus kutatásának hat évtizedéről, Adorno és munkatársai klasszikus munkájától eljutva a politikai orientációk genetikai és neurobiológiai hátterére irányuló mai vizsgálatokig. A kutatások mélyreható pszichológiai és biológiai különbségeket rajzolnak fel a konzervatív és a liberális politikai orientációt valló személyek között. A tanulmány arra keresi a választ, hogy mennyire megalapozottak és hogyan értelmezhetőek ezek a különbségek. A kritikai áttekintés arra mutat rá, hogy problémás előfeltevések, elfogultságok és leegyszerűsítő magyarázatok kísérik végig az egymást követő kutatási paradigmákat. A tartalmi és módszertani szempontok felvetése mellett a témakör tágabb összefüggésrendszerbe is helyeződik olyan tényezők szerepének elemzésével, mint az amerikai politika utóbbi évtizedben felerősödött polarizáltsága, a kutatók ideológiai beállítódása, valamint a média szerepe a tudományos eredmények közvetítésében. Az első rész az „autoriter személyiség” konstruktumának kialakulását és klasszikus kutatási paradigmáját állítja középpontba, és kíséri annak fejlődését az 1990-es évekig. A második rész egy újabb befolyásos paradigmájával: a konzervativizmus motivált kognícióként való megközelítésével foglalkozik. Ez az elmélet „megszüntetve — megőrizve” fogalmazta át a témát, és széles körű inspirációt adott az empirikus kutatások újabb hullámának — mindeközben tovább vitt számos kritizálható előfeltevést, értelmezést és módszertani problémát. A harmadik rész a genetika és az agykutatás hozzájárulásait vizsgálja meg. Miközben előremutató és ígéretes a biológia integrációja, az idevágó kutatásokban túlzó és indokolatlan értelmezések merültek fel, amelyek inkább hátráltatják, mintsem segítik a célt.

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2020  
Scimago
H-index
7
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0,142
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Psychology (miscellaneous) Q4
Scopus
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17/111=0,2
Scopus
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General Psychology 199/203 (Q4)
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2019  
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6
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Psychology (miscellaneous) Q4
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24/103=0,2
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General Psychology 192/204 (Q4)
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35
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14
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