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Hulda Thorisdottir, University of Iceland

Empathy and political attitudes

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Koc University

Political Knowledge and Partisanship: 2010 Referendum in Republic of Turkey

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Stony Brook University

The Effects of Social Networks on Information Processing and Attitudinal Bias

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Dana Griffin, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Reason-Giving in Political Decision-Making

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Luigi Castelli, University of Padova; Luciana Carraro, University of Padova

The automatic conservative: Ideology-based attentional asymmetries in the processing of valenced inf

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Margarita Krochik, New York University; John Jost, New York University

Epistemic and Relational Underpinnings of Attitudes and Persuasion Across the Ideological Spectrum

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Helen O'Hara,

Violent Thinking: The Psychological Development of the Terrorist

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Michael Meffert, Leiden University; Amber Joiner, University of Nevada; Sungeun Chung, Sungkyunkwan University; Leah Waks, University of Maryland

Motivated Voters and Negative Information: When Attention Leads to Attitudinal Polarization

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Cengiz Erisen, TOBB-University of Economics and Technology

Affective Influences and Correct Voting

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Kizzy Gandy, Australian National University

Identity Alignment and Strength of Conviction: The Symbiotic Relationship Between Foreign Policies a

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ASLI CARKOGLU, DOGUS UNIVERSITY; Nilufer Kafescioglu, Doğuş University; Aslı Akdaş-Mitrani, Doğuş University

Policies for and Politics of the Protection of the Turkish Family

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Alessio Vieno, University of Padova, Department of Developmental and Social Psychology; Michele Roccato, Department of Psychology, University of Torino; Silvia russo, Dep

A multilevel study on anticedents of perceived risk of crime

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Patrick Fournier, Université de Montréal; Henk van der Kolk, University of Twente; André Blais, Université de Montréal; R. Kenneth Carty, University of British Columbia;

What is the capacity of citizens to deliberate?

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Michael Bang Petersen, University of Aarhus; Lene Aaroe, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus

Imagining Politics: How Individual Differences in Imagination Shapes Public Opinion Formation

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Anna Newheiser, Yale University; Takuya Sawaoka, Yale University; John Dovidio, Yale University

Why do we punish groups? High entitativity promotes moral suspicion

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