B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2004
M.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2006
Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2011.
Professor Ciuk received his Ph.D. in political science from Michigan State University. His scholarship centers on the formation of political attitudes, their organization, and how and when they change. His current research focuses on the role of values in political attitudes and behavior, how people balance the use of party cues and policy-relevant information when making political choices, and the role of emotion in political decision making. To date, he has been published in Political Behavior, Political Communication, Political Psychology, Social Science Quarterly, and several edited volumes.
Ciuk, David J. Forthcoming. "Democratic Values? A Racial Group-Based Analysis of Core Political Values, Partisanship, and Ideology." Political Behavior.
Ciuk, David J. 2016. "Americans' Value Preferences Pre- and Post-9/11." Social Science Quarterly 97: 407-417.
Ciuk, David J. and Berwood A. Yost. 2016. "The Effects of Issue Salience, Elite Influence, and Policy Content on Public Opinion." Political Communication 33: 328-345.
Ciuk, David J. and William G. Jacoby. 2015. "Checking for Systematic Value Preferences Using the Method of Triads." Political Psychology 36: 709-728.