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Levente Littvay Central European University, Hungary

Levente Littvay is associate professor at Central European University’s
Department of Political Science. Recipient of the institution’s Distinguished
Teaching Award for graduate courses in research methods and applied statistics
with a topical emphasis on political psychology, experiments and American
politics. He received an MA and a PhD in Political Science and an MS in
Survey Research and Methodology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln,
taught numerous methods workshops and is an academic co-convenor of the
European Consortium for Political Research Methods Schools. His research
interests include populism, political socialization and biological explanations
of social and political attitudes and behaviors. He often works as a methodologist
with medical researchers and policy analysts, co-runs the Hungarian
Twin Registry, is an associate editor for social sciences of Twin Research and
Human Genetics and publishes in both social science and medical journals.