Anxiety and anger in political psychology
Keywords:political psychology, theory of affective intelligence, anxiety, anger
Study summarizes political psychology research dealing with the effects of anxiety and anger based on theory of affective intelligence. In this field of study, emotions are understood as emotional categories that cluster similar affects. According to the theory of affective intelligence, anxiety and anger have different effects on political thinking and behavior, a fact that corresponds to most of the existing findings. Researches in this study are divided into three political psychology domains according to their research problems. These domains are acquiring information and thinking, forming opinions and attitudes, and political participation.
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