Arthur Lupia, Hal R Varian Collegiate Professor at the University of Michigan and Research Professor at the Institute for Social Research, talks about the development of the Let’s Be Heard Special Issue (September 2015) in PS: Politcal Science and Politics journal, during the 2015 APSA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA.
Arthur Lupia studies decision making and learning. He uses this information to explain to convey complex ideas to diverse audiences. His work clarifies how information and institutions affect policy and politics and how people make decisions when they lack information. He draws from multiple scientific and philosophical disciplines and uses multiple research methods. His topics of expertise include information processing, persuasion, strategic communication, and civic competence.
Learn more about Arthur Lupia on his website: http://www.arthurlupia.com/