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Dr. Jeffrey D. Berejikian is a Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Georgia, and Associate Professor in the Department of International Affairs (DIA). He teaches classes in international politics and foreign policy.

In his research Dr. Berejikian uses findings from cognitive psychology and neuroscience to better understand contemporary foreign policy, especially international conflict and military deterrence. His work appears in the top journals in the discipline, including the American Political Science Review, Political Psychology, and the Journal of Conflict Resolution. His book, International Relations Under Risk: Framing State Choice was published by SUNY Press, and has been translated into Korean.

Dr. Berejikian received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Political Science from the University of Oregon and B.S. in Political Science from California State University at San Luis Obispo.

(THIS SITE IS PRIMARILY FOR STUDENTS IN DR. BEREJIKIAN’S CLASSES)

Links:

NPR Interview on Cognitive Psychology and Trade Policy

NPR Morning Edition Interview on Cognitive Psychology and War

Public Lecture on  Gaming in the Classroom 

NewsSource Clip on Gaming Class

School of Public and International Affairs

Department of International Affairs

Berejikian Focus on Faculty @ UGA

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