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Edgar Cook is a PhD candidate in the Behavior and Identities subfield specializing in political psychology and survey methodology. He studies how citizens' identities, moral values, and ideological beliefs about the world shape their political preferences and behavior. Eddy employs various descriptive and causal research methodologies in his work, including survey experiments, conjoint analysis, hierarchical modeling, instrumental variable analysis, machine learning, and text analysis.

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