A divisive nationalism is on the rise in the US, Europe and East Asia. Rosenburg explores the cognitive foundations of national identity and its links to the politics of exclusion and authoritarianism. To do so, Rosenburg presents survey data which explores American national identity and attitudes toward 'the other.' The survey also includes two interactive problem solving tasks used to assess respondents cognitive capabilities. 

 

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