In our now very polarized society, most of us can be characterized as “conservative” or “liberal” based solely upon our political views. But are there other ways in which we might be characterized as “conservative” or “liberal”? Are there, for example, temperamental, developmental, biological, and situational factors that could be used to make these distinctions? And, if so, at what age do these distinctions begin to emerge? Are there personality differences that emerge very early in life that could explain the formation and maintenance of our current political views?
Join us as we discuss, NOT our specific conservative or liberal political views, but what factors might explain how we arrived at those views.