Philip G. Chen
Philip G. Chen
Assistant Professor of Political Science
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Operational ideology and party identification: A dynamic model of individual-level change in partisan and ideological predispositions
PG Chen, PN Goren
Political Research Quarterly 69 (4), 703-715, 2016
The Minnesota Multi‐Investigator 2012 Presidential Election Panel Study
PG Chen, J Appleby, E Borgida, TH Callaghan, P Ekstrom, CE Farhart, ...
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 78-104, 2014
The prejudiced personality? Using the Big Five to predict susceptibility to stereotyping behavior
PG Chen, CL Palmer
American Politics Research 46 (2), 276-307, 2018
Why do they run? The psychological underpinnings of political ambition
J Blais, S Pruysers, PG Chen
Canadian Journal of Political Science 52 (4), 761-779, 2019
Dynamic process tracing methods in the study of political decision making
P Chen
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2019
Obama’s economy: conditional racial spillover into evaluations of the economy
P Chen, R Mohanty
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 30 (3), 365-390, 2018
Judging the “vapid and hollow charade”: Citizen evaluations and the candor of US Supreme Court nominees
PG Chen, AC Bryan
Political Behavior 40 (2), 495-520, 2018
Racial resentment, Hurricane Sandy, and the spillover of racial attitudes into evaluations of government organizations
G Sheagley, P Chen, C Farhart
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 17 (1), 105-131, 2017
Taking campaigns personally: The big five aspects and political behavior
P Chen
Gender, Benevolent Sexism, and Public Health Compliance
P Chen, C Farhart
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1036-1043, 2020
The Dark Side of Politics: Participation and the Dark Triad
P Chen, S Pruysers, J Blais
Political Studies, 0032321720911566, 2020
Communicating policy information in a partisan environment: the importance of causal policy narratives in political persuasion
PG Chen, MD Luttig
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-19, 2019
Against the (Campaign) Grain: The Cross-Cutting Effects of Authoritarianism in Political Campaigns
PG Chen, E Housholder
Journal of Political Marketing, 1-31, 2018
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