Christopher Weber
Christopher Weber
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The political consequences of perceived threat and felt insecurity
L Huddy, S Feldman, C Weber
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 614 (1†…, 2007
Emotions, campaigns, and political participation
C Weber
Political Research Quarterly 66 (2), 414-428, 2013
Interpersonal attachment and patterns of ideological belief
C Weber, CM Federico
Political Psychology 28 (4), 389-416, 2007
Mapping the connections between politics and morality: The multiple sociopolitical orientations involved in moral intuition
CM Federico, CR Weber, D Ergun, C Hunt
Political Psychology 34 (4), 589-610, 2013
Moral foundations and heterogeneity in ideological preferences
CR Weber, CM Federico
Political Psychology 34 (1), 107-126, 2013
Traits versus issues: How female candidates shape coverage of senate and gubernatorial races
J Dunaway, RG Lawrence, M Rose, CR Weber
Political Research Quarterly 66 (3), 715-726, 2013
ItĘs all in the name: Source cue ambiguity and the persuasive appeal of campaign ads
C Weber, J Dunaway, T Johnson
Political Behavior 34 (3), 561-584, 2012
Who said what? The effects of source cues in issue frames
TK Hartman, CR Weber
Political Behavior 31 (4), 537, 2009
An effective approach to the repeated cross‐sectional design
MJ Lebo, C Weber
American Journal of Political Science 59 (1), 242-258, 2015
Courting Christians: How political candidates prime religious considerations in campaign ads
C Weber, M Thornton
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 400-413, 2012
Genetics, personality, and group identity
C Weber, M Johnson, K Arceneaux
Social Science Quarterly 92 (5), 1314-1337, 2011
Placing racial stereotypes in context: Social desirability and the politics of racial hostility
CR Weber, H Lavine, L Huddy, CM Federico
American Journal of Political Science 58 (1), 63-78, 2014
Socially mediated Internet surveys: Recruiting participants for online experiments
EC Cassese, L Huddy, TK Hartman, L Mason, CR Weber
PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (4), 775-784, 2013
First steps toward a dual-process accessibility model of political beliefs, attitudes, and behavior
M Lodge, C Taber, C Weber
Feeling Politics, 11-30, 2006
The relationship between atypical semantic activation and odd speech in schizotypy across emotionally evocative conditions
KS Minor, AS Cohen, CR Weber, LA Brown
Schizophrenia research 126 (1-3), 144-149, 2011
Genetic and environmental influences on media use and communication behaviors
AE Kirzinger, C Weber, M Johnson
Human Communication Research 38 (2), 144-171, 2012
Emotion, attribution, and attitudes toward crime
E Cassese, C Weber
Journal of Integrated Social Sciences 2 (1), 63-97, 2011
Consider the source: Variations in the effects of negative campaign messages
T Johnson, J Dunaway, CR Weber
Journal of Integrated Social Sciences 2 (1), 98-127, 2011
Social desirability bias in the 2016 presidential election
S Klar, CR Weber, Y Krupnikov
The Forum 14 (4), 433-443, 2016
Exploring the psychological foundations of ideological and social sorting
C Weber, S Klar
Political Psychology 40, 215-243, 2019
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