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Aleš Kudrnáč is a political scientist currently investigating the prejudice in adolescence.
He focuses on the development of political attitudes and behaviour of young people but is also interested in other research topics such as electoral behavior, political psychology, political inequality and health. He has conducted several high-school surveys and participated in a Czech Household Panel Survey (2015–2018) during his work at the Sociological Institute of the Czech Academy of Science. In past two years, he has been a visiting researcher at Tallinn University, University of Haifa, and Political Physiology Lab at University of Nebraska-Lincoln.