|Issues in Political Psychology
Daphna Canetti received her PhD. from the University of Haifa in 2003 under the supervision of Yael Yishai and Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi. She joined the faculty at the University of Haifa in 2004 as an assistant professor. In 2006 she spent a year at Notre Dame University as a Fulbright Fellow and then in 2007-8 a year at Yale as the Rice family visiting professor. Currently an associate professor and director of the graduate program at UOH and teaching at the IDC. Her main research interests are in the political psychology of intergroup relations, with an emphasis on the micro-foundations of political conflicts in the Middle East and elsewhere. She is particularly interested in the impact of individual-level exposure to terrorism and political violence on war/peace attitudes. She studies psycho-political responses to multiple acts of political violence and terrorism. Methodologically, she uses controlled randomized experiments, spatial analysis, survey experiments, and bio-political research. She has received over $3 million in research grants to study people in conflict zones (NIMH, ISF, BSF etc.) and published in journals such as American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Political Behavior, Political Psychology, Psychiatry - Interpersonal and Biological Processes, Political Studies, Political Research Quarterly, Armed Forces & Society, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Electoral Studies, Journal of Peace Research, British Journal of Political Science.