Julie Wronski
Julie Wronski
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei olemiss.edu
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One tribe to bind them all: How our social group attachments strengthen partisanship
L Mason, J Wronski
Political Psychology 39, 257-277, 2018
Personality dispositions and political preferences across hard and easy issues
CD Johnston, J Wronski
Political Psychology 36 (1), 35-53, 2015
The interplay of empathy and individualism in support for social welfare policies
S Feldman, L Huddy, J Wronski, P Lown
Political Psychology 41 (2), 343-362, 2020
Social context and information seeking: Examining the effects of network attitudinal composition on engagement with political information
L Levitan, J Wronski
Political Behavior 36 (4), 793-816, 2014
Waiting to vote in the 2016 presidential election: Evidence from a multi-county study
RM Stein, C Mann, C Stewart III, Z Birenbaum, A Fung, J Greenberg, ...
Political Research Quarterly 73 (2), 439-453, 2020
A tale of two Democrats: How authoritarianism divides the Democratic Party
J Wronski, A Bankert, K Amira, AA Johnson, LC Levitan
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1384-1388, 2018
Pedagogical value of polling-place observation by students
CB Mann, GA Alberda, NA Birkhead, Y Ouyang, C Singer, C Stewart, ...
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (4), 831-837, 2018
Polling place quality and access
R Stein, C Mann, C Stewart
The Future of Election Administration, 83-100, 2020
Authoritarianism & social identity sorting: Exploring the sources of American mass partisanship
J Wronski
Prepared for the National Capital American Political Science Association …, 2015
Helping the homeless: The role of empathy, race and deservingness in motivating policy support and charitable giving
K Gross, J Wronski
Political Behavior, 1-29, 2019
Intergroup Identities, Moral Foundations, and Their Political Consequences: A Review of Social Psychology of Political Polarization by Piercarlo Valdesolo and Jesse Graham (Eds)
J Wronski
Social Justice Research 29 (3), 345-353, 2016
The Authoritarian Party Identity and Its Impact on American Political Polarization
JA Wronski
The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 2014
Framing Hate: Moral Foundations, Party Cues, and (In) Tolerance of Offensive Speech
GM Armstrong, J Wronski
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7 (2), 695-725, 2019
Supplementary materials to “Framing hate: Moral foundations, party cues, and (in) tolerance of offensive speech”
GM Armstrong, J Wronski
PsychOpen, 2019
Ingroup lovers or outgroup haters? The social roots of Trump support and partisan identity
L Mason, J Wronski, J Kane
artículo presentado en la Conference of the Midwest Political Science …, 2019
Talk Authoritarian to Me: Measuring Authoritarianism Using Speech
A Ramey, JD Klingler, GE Hollibaugh, J Wronski
Authoritarianism and Social Identity: Explorations into Partisan Polarization
J Wronski, CA Hollywood
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