Jonathan Renshon
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Reputation and Status as Motives for War
A Dafoe, J Renshon, P Huth
Annual Review of Political Science 17, 371-393, 2014
2472014
Leadership is associated with lower levels of stress
GD Sherman, JJ Lee, AJC Cuddy, J Renshon, C Oveis, JJ Gross, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (44), 17903-17907, 2012
2222012
Why hawks win
D Kahneman, J Renshon
Foreign policy, 34-38, 2007
208*2007
Stability and change in belief systems: The operational code of George W. Bush from governor to second-term president
J Renshon
Journal of Conflict Resolution 52 (8), 820-849, 2008
1592008
Fighting for status: hierarchy and conflict in world politics
J Renshon
Princeton University Press, 2017
1442017
The theory and practice of foreign policy decision making
J Renshon, SA Renshon
Political Psychology 29 (4), 509-536, 2008
1232008
When public statements reveal private beliefs: Assessing operational codes at a distance
J Renshon
Political Psychology 30 (4), 649-661, 2009
1022009
Status deficits and war
J Renshon
International Organization 70 (3), 513-550, 2016
942016
Losing Face and Sinking Costs: Experimental Evidence on the Judgment of Political and Military Leaders
J Renshon
International Organization 69 (3), 659-695, 2015
932015
The interaction of testosterone and cortisol is associated with attained status in male executives.
GD Sherman, JS Lerner, RA Josephs, J Renshon, JJ Gross
Journal of personality and social psychology 110 (6), 921-929, 2016
822016
Physiological Arousal and Political Beliefs
J Renshon, D Tingley, J Lee
Political Psychology 36 (5), 569-585, 2015
682015
Leader Influence and Reputation Formation in World Politics
J Renshon, A Dafoe, P Huth
American Journal of Political Science, 2017
45*2017
Emotions and the Micro-foundations of Commitment Problems in International Politics
J Renshon, JJ Lee, D Tingley
International Organization, 2017
43*2017
Why leaders choose war: the psychology of prevention
J Renshon
Praeger/Greenwood, 2006
402006
Tying hands, sinking costs, and leader attributes
K Yarhi-Milo, JD Kertzer, J Renshon
Journal of Conflict Resolution 62 (10), 2150-2179, 2018
352018
How Do Observers Assess Resolve?
JD Kertzer, J Renshon, K Yarhi-Milo
British Journal of Political Science, 1-23, 2019
202019
Perceiving Others’ Feelings The Importance of Personality and Social Structure
GD Sherman, JS Lerner, J Renshon, C Ma-Kellams, S Joel
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (5), 559-569, 2015
192015
The Role of Emotions in Foreign Policy Decision-Making
J Renshon, JS Lerner
Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, 313-317, 2012
172012
Assessing capabilities in international politics: Biased overestimation and the case of the imaginary ‘missile gap’
J Renshon
Journal of Strategic Studies 32 (1), 115-147, 2009
152009
Modeling ‘Effectiveness’ in International Relations
J Renshon, A Spirling
Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (2), 207-238, 2015
142015
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