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Survey research.
For the first time in decades, conventional wisdom about survey methodology is being challenged on many fronts. The insights gained can not only help psychologists do their research better but alsoExpand
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Response strategies for coping with the cognitive demands of attitude measures in surveys
This paper proposes that when optimally answering a survey question would require substantial cognitive effort, some repondents simply provide a satisfactory answer instead. This behaviour, calledExpand
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Attitude strength: One construct or many related constructs?
A variety of attributes differentiate attitudes that are stable and conseguential from those that are not, including extremity, certainty, importance, knowledge, intensity, interest, directExpand
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Attitude strength: An overview.
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Telephone versus Face-to-Face Interviewing of National Probability Samples with Long Questionnaires: Comparisons of Respondent Satisficing and Social Desirability Response Bias
The last 50 years have seen a gradual replacement of face-to-face interviewing with telephone interviewing as the dominant mode of survey data collection in the United States. But some of the mostExpand
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The Origins and Consequences of democratic citizens' Policy Agendas: A Study of Popular Concern about Global Warming
This article proposes and tests a model of the causes and consequences of Americans’ judgments of the national seriousness of global warming. The model proposes that seriousness judgments aboutExpand
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The association of knowledge with concern about global warming: trusted information sources shape public thinking.
During the last decade, a great deal of news media attention has focused on informing the American public about scientific findings on global warming (GW). Has learning this sort of information ledExpand
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Attitude strength : antecedents and consequences
Contents: P.E. Converse, Foreword. Preface. J.A. Krosnick, R.E. Petty, Attitude Strength: An Overview. R.P. Abelson, Attitude Extremity. C.M. Judd, M. Brauer, Repetition and Evaluative Extremity. A.Expand
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The role of attitude importance in social evaluation: a study of policy preferences, presidential candidate evaluations, and voting behavior.
  • J. Krosnick
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 August 1988
According to a number of social psychological theories, attitudes toward government policies that people consider important should have substantial impact on presidential candidate preferences, andExpand
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