Expertise, Evaluative Motivation, and the Structure of Citizens’ Ideological Commitments

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Political psychologists have typically argued that ideological commitments are structured in a bipolar fashion, where a positive evaluation of conservative objects implies a negative evaluation of liberal objects (and vice versa). Individual differences in conformity to this pattern are usually attributed to an ability-related variable, i.e., political… (More)

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