Omer Yair
Omer Yair
Research associate, Reichman University
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Reducing Affective Polarization: Warm Group Relations or Policy Compromise?
L Huddy, O Yair
Political Psychology 42 (2), 291-309, 2021
Youth bulge and civil war: Why a country’s share of young adults explains only non-ethnic wars
O Yair, D Miodownik
Conflict Management and Peace Science 33 (1), 25-44, 2016
How robust is evidence of partisan perceptual bias in survey responses? A new approach for studying expressive responding
O Yair, GA Huber
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (2), 469-492, 2020
Biased judgment of political bias: Perceived ideological distance increases perceptions of political bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Political Behavior 37, 487-507, 2015
The Importance of Attachment to an Ideological Group in Multi-Party Systems: Evidence from Israel
O Oshri, O Yair, L Huddy
Party Politics 28 (6), 1164–1175, 2022
Public sector honesty and corruption: Field evidence from 40 countries
R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, M Tepe, O Yair
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 32 (2), 310-325, 2022
When do we care about political neutrality? The hypocritical nature of reaction to political bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
PloS one 13 (5), e0196674, 2018
Expressive Responding and Belief in 2020 Election Fraud
MH Graham, O Yair
Political Behavior, 2023
Can Institutions Make Voters Care about Corruption?
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, Y Dotan
The Journal of Politics 82 (4), 1430-1442, 2020
A note on the affective polarization literature
O Yair, 2020
International Rankings and Public Opinion: Compliance, Dismissal, or Backlash?
A Efrat, O Yair
The Review of International Organizations 18 (4), 607-629, 2023
Less partisan but not more competent: Expressive responding and fact-opinion discernment
MH Graham, O Yair
Public Opinion Quarterly, forthcoming, 2024
The Hostile Mediator Phenomenon: When Threatened, Rival Partisans Perceive Various Mediators as Biased Against Their Group
O Yair
Public Opinion Quarterly 85 (3), 864-886, 2021
Political Bias(es) and the Question of Blame
O Yair
The Politics behind Perceptions of Political Bias: The Intergroup Foundations of Neutrality Invocation and Reaction to Bias
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, 2017
When court legitimacy is updated: The moderating effect of content-relevance on the relationship between specific and diffuse support of the judiciary
Y Dotan, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, O Yair
Available at SSRN 2623542, 2015
Do international rankings affect public opinion?
A Cavari, A Efrat, O Yair
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 2024
Political Polarization in Israel, 1992–2022
Y Amitai, N Gidron, O Yair, 2023
Response Decoupling and Partisans' Evaluations of Politicians' Transgressions
O Yair, BF Schaffner
Political Behavior 45 (4), 1711-1733, 2023
Distance Breeds Alienation: Perceived ideological distance lowers students' evaluations of their professors
O Yair, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Journal of Political Science Education 17 (Supp. 1), 794-806, 2021
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