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These are some of the current research interests of CSIS participants.
Developing a Multicultural Ideology
Developing and Understanding Volunteer Community Leaders
Do Traumatic Life Events Lead to Increases in Volunteerism?
Effects of Gender and Ethnicity on Workplace Charitable Giving
Family Life and College Success
Fostering Integrative Community Leadership
Investigations of the Volunteer Process
Personality, Culture and Economics: The Psychology of Preference Formation in Polarized America
Promoting Service to the Community: Volunteers and Volunteer Organizations
Psychological Underpinnings of Successful Mediation
Residential Mobility, Helping, and Pro-Community Action
The Ambivalent Partisan: How Critical Loyalty Promotes Democracy
Understanding Help Giving After Natural Disasters: Responses to the 2010 Earthquake in Chile
Understanding Participation in Online Communities
Understanding National Service: Applying Models of Volunteerism
Understanding the Effectiveness of Volunteers
Why Do People Participate in Politics?
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The Center for the Study of the Individual and Society is part of the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota -Twin Cities.