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Affective Intelligence and Political Judgment
Although the rational choice approach toward political behavior has been severely criticized, its adherents claim that competing models have failed to offer a more scientific model of politicalExpand
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Civic Engagements: Resolute Partisanship or Reflective Deliberation
Why do people practice citizenship in a partisan rather than in a deliberative fashion? We argue that they are not intractably disposed to one type of citizenship, but instead adopt one of twoExpand
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Peasants or Bankers? The American Electorate and the U.S. Economy.
T | 'he usual model of electoral reaction to economic conditions assumes the "retrospective" economic voter who bases expectations solely on recent economic performance or personal economicExpand
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ANXIETY, ENTHUSIASM, AND THE VOTE: THE EMOTIONAL UNDERPINNINGS OF LEARNING AND INVOLVEMENT DURING PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS
B J y incorporating emotionality, we propose to enrich information-processing models of citizens' behavior during election campaigns. We demonstrate that two distinct dynamic emotional responses playExpand
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The Macro Polity
List of figures and tables Preface Acknowledgements 1. A model of the macro polity Part I. Performance: 2. Presidential approval 3. Presidential approval, the economy, and the future 4. MacroExpand
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The affect effect : dynamics of emotion in political thinking and behavior
Passion and emotion run deep in politics, but researchers have only recently begun to study how they influence our political thinking. Contending that the long-standing neglect of such feelings hasExpand
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Political Drama, Economic Conditions, and the Dy- namics Of Presidential Popularity*
This article reports on an examination of the movement of presidential popularity for the years 1963-1980. In particular, it compares public responsiveness to changing economic conditions, on the oneExpand
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The Measure and Mismeasure of Emotion
Emotion, after a modest hiatus during the “cognitive revolution,” has reemerged of late to become a subject of significant attention in political science.1 The other contributions in this volume giveExpand
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Parsimony and Complexity: Developing and Testing Theories of Affective Intelligence
The theory of affective intelligence posits that an individual's emotions help govern a reliance on political habits or, alternatively, deliberation and attention to new political information. SomeExpand
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Measuring Emotional Response: Comparing Alternative Approaches to Measurement
Scholarly interest in the role of emotion in accounting for how people react to political figures, events, and messages has escalated over the past two plus decades in political science andExpand
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