Position: Affiliated Graduate Students
Office: 322-a Robertson Hall
Kabir Khanna is a doctoral candidate with research interests in political psychology, public opinion, representation, and survey methodology. His current work focuses on partisan perceptual bias and motivated reasoning. Prior to studying at Princeton, Kabir worked as a survey researcher at Westat, conducting federally commissioned studies in healthcare quality improvement and other areas. He graduated from Stanford University in 2007 with a B.A. in Human Biology and M.A. in Psychology.