Ngoc Phan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Political Science, International Development and International Affairs
I am a social scientist interested in human decision-making. My areas of interests include economic and political behavior, political psychology, race and ethnicity, and American politics. I am the director of the Behavioral Research Lab where I utilize social science experiments from economics, political science, and social psychology in order to understand when and why individuals take part in political activities.
Phan, Ngoc and John A. Garcia (2009). “Asian Pacific-American Partisanship: Dynamics of Partisan and Nonpartisan Identities.” Social Science Quarterly, Vol 90, Issue 4, December 886- 910.