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Penny S Visser
Penny S Visser
Professor of Psychology, University of Chicago
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uchicago.edu
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Survey research.
PS Visser, JA Krosnick, PJ Lavrakas
Cambridge University Press, 2000
5842000
The origins and consequences of democratic citizens' policy agendas: A study of popular concern about global warming
JA Krosnick, AL Holbrook, L Lowe, PS Visser
Climatic change 77 (1), 7-43, 2006
5732006
MAIL SURVEYS FOR ELECTION FORECASTING? AN EVALUATION OF THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH POLL
PS Visser, JA Krosnick, J Marquette, M Curtin
Public Opinion Quarterly 60 (2), 181-227, 1996
5301996
Attitudes in the social context: the impact of social network composition on individual-level attitude strength.
PS Visser, RR Mirabile
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (6), 779, 2004
5072004
Mass public decisions on go to war: A cognitive-interactionist framework
RK Herrmann, PE Tetlock, PS Visser
American Political Science Review 93 (3), 553-573, 1999
4531999
Reexamining the circumplex model of affect.
NA Remington, LR Fabrigar, PS Visser
Journal of personality and social psychology 79 (2), 286, 2000
4182000
Development of attitude strength over the life cycle: surge and decline.
PS Visser, JA Krosnick
Journal of personality and social psychology 75 (6), 1389, 1998
3981998
The impact of the fall 1997 debate about global warming on American public opinion
JA Krosnick, AL Holbrook, PS Visser
Public Understanding of Science 9 (3), 239, 2000
3392000
Exploring the latent structure of strength‐related attitude attributes
PS Visser, GY Bizer, JA Krosnick
Advances in experimental social psychology 38, 1-67, 2006
3272006
Attitude importance and the accumulation of attitude-relevant knowledge in memory.
AL Holbrook, MK Berent, JA Krosnick, PS Visser, DS Boninger
Journal of personality and social psychology 88 (5), 749, 2005
3042005
Distinguishing the cognitive and behavioral consequences of attitude importance and certainty: A new approach to testing the common-factor hypothesis
PS Visser, JA Krosnick, JP Simmons
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 (2), 118-141, 2003
2702003
Conceptual and methodological issues in testing the circumplex structure of data in personality and social psychology
LR Fabrigar, PS Visser, MW Browne
Personality and Social Psychology Review 1 (3), 184-203, 1997
2391997
Coping with accountability cross-pressures: Low-effort evasive tactics and high-effort quests for complex compromises
MC Green, PS Visser, PE Tetlock
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (11), 1380-1391, 2000
2022000
Attitudes toward presidential candidates and political parties: Initial optimism, inertial first impressions, and a focus on flaws
AL Holbrook, JA Krosnick, PS Visser, WL Gardner, JT Cacioppo
American Journal of Political Science, 930-950, 2001
1832001
People as intuitive prosecutors: The impact of social-control goals on attributions of responsibility
PE Tetlock, PS Visser, R Singh, M Polifroni, A Scott, SB Elson, ...
Journal of experimental social psychology 43 (2), 195-209, 2007
1812007
Social neuroscience: People thinking about thinking people
KT Litfin, GG Berntson
MIT press, 2006
1722006
Social network composition and attitude strength: Exploring the dynamics within newly formed social networks
LC Levitan, PS Visser
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (5), 1057-1067, 2009
1292009
Using implicit goal priming to improve the quality of self-report data
KA Rasinski, PS Visser, M Zagatsky, EM Rickett
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (3), 321-327, 2005
1112005
The impact of the social context on resistance to persuasion: Effortful versus effortless responses to counter-attitudinal information
LC Levitan, PS Visser
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 640-649, 2008
1002008
Attitude importance: Understanding the causes and consequences of passionately held views
AA Eaton, PS Visser
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (4), 1719-1736, 2008
962008
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