José D. Villalobos
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Group Empathy Theory: The Effect of Group Empathy on U.S. Intergroup Attitudes and Behavior in the Context of Immigration Threats
CV Sirin, NA Valentino, JD Villalobos
Journal of Politics, 2016
The Social Causes and Political Consequences of Group Empathy
C Sirin, NA Valentino, J Villalobos
Political Psychology, 2017
Where does the buck stop? Applying attribution theory to examine public appraisals of the president
CV Sirin, JD Villalobos
Presidential Studies Quarterly 41 (2), 334-357, 2011
Conceptualizing and measuring White House staff influence on presidential rhetoric
JS Vaughn, JD Villalobos
Presidential Studies Quarterly 36 (4), 681-688, 2006
Exploring the invocation of emotion in presidential speeches
C Erisen, JD Villalobos
Contemporary Politics 20 (4), 469-488, 2014
Group Empathy in Response to Non-Verbal Racial/Ethnic Cues: A National Experiment on Immigration Policy Attitudes
CV Sirin, NA Valentino, JD Villalobos
American Behavioral Scientist, 2016
Czars in the White House: The Rise of Policy Czars as Presidential Management Tools
JS Vaughn, JD Villalobos
University of Michigan Press, 2015
Seeing us in them: Social divisions and the politics of group empathy
CV Sirin, NA Valentino, JD Villalobos
Cambridge University Press, 2021
Politics or policy? How rhetoric matters to presidential leadership of Congress
JD Villalobos, JS Vaughn, JR Azari
Presidential Studies Quarterly 42 (3), 549-576, 2012
Agenda setting from the oval office: An experimental examination of presidential influence over the public agenda
JD Villalobos, CV Sirin
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (1), 21-41, 2012
Presidential staffing and public opinion: How public opinion influences politicization
JD Villalobos, JS Vaughn
Administration & Society 41 (4), 449-469, 2009
Women and the White House: gender, popular culture, and presidential politics
JS Vaughn, LJ Goren
University Press of Kentucky, 2012
Promises and human rights: The Obama Administration on immigrant detention policy reform
JD Villalobos
Race, Gender & Class, 151-170, 2011
Agency Input as a Policy-Making Tool: Analyzing the Influence of Agency Input on Presidential Policy Success in Congress
JD Villalobos
Administration & Society 45 (7), 837-874, 2013
Manager-in-Chief: Applying Public Management Theory to Examine White House Chief of Staff Performance
DB Cohen, JS Vaughn, JD Villalobos
Political Research Quarterly 65 (4), 841-854, 2012
Political information and emotions in ethnic conflict interventions
CV Sirin, JD Villalobos, N Geva
International Journal of Conflict Management 22 (1), 35-59, 2011
The Relevance of Emotions in Presidential Public Appeals: AngerĘs Conditional Effect on Perceived Risk and Support for Military Interventions
JD Villalobos, CV Sirin
Presidential Studies Quarterly 47 (1), 146-168, 2017
White House Staff
JS Vaughn, JD Villalobos
Routledge, 2010
The Managing of the Presidency Applying Theory-Driven Empirical Models to the Study of White House Bureaucratic Performance
JS Vaughn, JD Villalobos
Political Research Quarterly 62 (1), 158-163, 2009
The Obama administration's challenges after the “war on science”: reforming staffing practices and protecting scientific integrity in the executive branch
JS Vaughn, JD Villalobos
Review of Policy Research 26 (6), 803-819, 2009
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