Todd K Hartman
Todd K Hartman
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Social Science
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Foreign Language Exposure, Cultural Threat, and Opposition to Immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, CS Taber
Political Psychology 33 (5), 635-657, 2012
Who said what? The effects of source cues in issue frames
TK Hartman, CR Weber
Political Behavior 31 (4), 537-558, 2009
Decoding Prejudice Toward Hispanics: Group Cues and Public Reactions to Threatening Immigrant Behavior
TK Hartman, BJ Newman, CS Bell
Political Behavior 36 (1), 143-163, 2014
Are Citizens “Receiving the Treatment”? Assessing a Key Link in Contextual Theories of Public Opinion and Political Behavior
BJ Newman, Y Valez, TK Hartman, A Bankert
Political Psychology 36 (1), 123-131, 2015
Easing the Heavy Hand: Humanitarian Concern, Empathy, and Opinion on Immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, S Feldman, PL Lown
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 583-607, 2015
Motivated reasoning, political sophistication, and associations between President Obama and Islam
TK Hartman, AJ Newmark
PS: Political Science and Politics 45 (3), 449-455, 2012
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
Conditional Race Disparities in Criminal Sentencing: A Test of the Liberation Hypothesis from a Non-Guidelines State
R Hester, TK Hartman
Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 2016
Toll booths on the information superhighway? Policy metaphors in the case of Net Neutrality
TK Hartman
Political Communication 29 (3), 278-298, 2012
Mass shootings and public support for gun control
BJ Newman, TK Hartman
British Journal of Political Science 49 (4), 1527-1553, 2019
Social dominance and the cultural politics of immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, CS Taber
Political Psychology 35 (2), 165-186, 2014
Anxiety, Depression, Traumatic Stress, and COVID-19 Related Anxiety in the UK General Population During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
M Shevlin, O McBride, J Murphy, JG Miller, TK Hartman, L Levita, L Mason, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
ScotlandĒs electoral geography differed from the rest of BritainĒs in 2017 (and 2015)–Exploring its contours
R Johnston, C Pattie, T Hartman, D Manley, D Rossiter, K Jones
Scottish Geographical Journal 134 (1-2), 24-38, 2018
Tax preferences, fiscal transparency, and the meaning of welfare: An experimental study
L Stanley, TK Hartman
Political Studies 66 (4), 830-850, 2018
Incumbent parties, incumbent MPs and the effectiveness of constituency campaigns: Evidence from the 2015 UK general election
C Pattie, T Hartman, R Johnston
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 19 (4), 824-841, 2017
Coming full circle: the 2017 UK general election and the changing electoral map
R Johnston, D Rossiter, D Manley, C Pattie, T Hartman, K Jones
The Geographical Journal 184 (1), 100-108, 2018
COVID‐19‐related anxiety predicts somatic symptoms in the UK population
M Shevlin, E Nolan, M Owczarek, O McBride, J Murphy, J Gibson Miller, ...
British Journal of Health Psychology, 2020
Monitoring the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the general population: an overview of the context, design and conduct of the COVID-19 Psychological Research …
O McBride, J Murphy, M Shevlin, J Gibson-Miller, TK Hartman, P Hyland, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Exploring constituency-level estimates for the 2017 British general election
R Johnston, D Rossiter, T Hartman, C Pattie, D Manley, K Jones
International Journal of Market Research 60 (5), 463-483, 2018
Learning on the job? Adapting party campaign strategy to changing information on the local political context
TK Hartman, C Pattie, R Johnston
Electoral Studies 49, 128-135, 2017
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