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Robert Altemeyer, also known as Bob Altemeyer, or Dr. Bob by his students, is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Manitoba.

He has written extensively on authoritarianism and refined the theory into the concept (and measure) of Right Wing Authoritarianism. Altemeyer's work is extensively referenced in John W. Dean's 2006 book, Conservatives Without Conscience. At Dean's suggestion, he wrote an "everyperson" account of his findings, The Authoritarians, which is freely available online.[1]

His son, Rob Altemeyer, is an MLA in the Manitoba Legislature.

Publications

  • Right-Wing Authoritarianism, 1981 (ISBN 0-88755-124-6)
  • Enemies of Freedom: Understanding Right-Wing Authoritarianism, 1988 (ISBN 978-1555420970)
  • The Authoritarian Specter, 1997, which examines the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 (ISBN 0-674-05305-2)
  • Amazing Conversions: Why Some Turn to Faith and Others Abandon Religion, 1997 (ISBN 978-1573921473)
  • Atheists: A Groundbreaking Study of America's Nonbelievers, 2006 (ISBN 978-1591024132).
  • Altemeyer, Bob (2007). The Authoritarians. Winnipeg: B. Altemeyer, University of Manitoba. pp. 254. OCLC 191061772. http://www.theauthoritarians.com.  

References

University of Manitoba: People Search, http://www.umanitoba.ca/directories/search.php?goto=people&kw=ALTEMEYER+Robert+Dr, retrieved 2007-05-06  


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