Albert Fang

Postdoctoral Associate
Center for the Study of American Politics
Yale University

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I study identity and group politics with a focus on the behavioral and psychological microfoundations of party-group, intergroup, and intragroup dynamics in contemporary American politics and society. My research sits at the intersection of social psychology, behavioral science, political communication, public opinion, empirical political economy, and judgment and decision making. To generate valid inferences to test substantive hypotheses, my research uses innovative experimental and quasi-experimental designs for causal inference, statistical modeling and machine learning techniques, and an array of novel measurement strategies.

publications

selected working papers & work in progress

other writing