Publications


Dona-Gene Barton  "Here today, gone tomorrow? Assessing how timing and repetition of scandal information affects candidate evaluations." Political Psychology 35.5 (2014): 69-701.
Courtney Hillebrecht, Dona-Gene Mitchell and Sergio Wals, “Perceived Human Rights and Support for New Democracies: Lessons from Mexico." Online First November 24, 2014. Democratization.
Brandon Bosch 2014. “Beyond Vox Pop: The Role of News Sourcing and Political Beliefs in Exemplification Effects.” Mass Communication & Society 17: 217-235.

Bosch, Brandon. 2016. Why So Serious?” Threat, Authoritarianism, and Depictions of Crime, Law, and Order in Batman Films. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law, & Society17, 37-54.

Ingrid Haas Haas, I. J., & Cunningham, W. A. (2014). The uncertainty paradox: Perceived threat moderates the effect of uncertainty on political tolerance. Political Psychology, 35(2), 291-302doi: 10.1111/pops.12035
John Hibbing “The Genetic and Environmental Foundations of Political, Psychological, Social, and Economic Behaviors: A Panel Study of Twins and Families.” Twin Research and Human Genetics 18 (2015): in press. Co-authors, Peter Hatemi, Kevin B. Smith, John R. Alford, and Nicholas Martin. Impact Factor: 1.92.
Invited Commentary on Duarte et al.: “Two Sides of the Same Coin or Non-convertible Currencies.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38 (2015): in press. Co-authors, Kevin B. Smith and John R. Alford. Impact Factor: 18.57.
“Beyond Survey Self-Reports: Using Physiology to Tap the Intensity of Political Orientations.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 27 (2015): in press. Co-authors, Michael W. Wagner, Kristin Deppe, Amanda Friesen, Carly M. Jacobs, and Kevin B. Smith. Impact Factor, 1.49.
“Speaking Different Languages or Reading from the Same Script: Political Words.” Political Communication 32 (2015): in press. Co-authors, Jayme Nieman, Frank Gonzalez, Kevin Wilkerson, and Kevin B. Smith. Impact Fractor, 1.31. 
“Obama Cares about Visuo-spatial Attention: Perception of Political Figures Moves Attention and Determines Gaze Direction.” Behavioural Brain Research 280 (2015): in press. Co-authors, Mark Mills, Michael D. Dodd, and Kevin B. Smith. Impact Factor 3.39.
Courtney Hillebrecht "The Deterrent Effects of the International Criminal Court: Evidence from Libya" forthcoming in International Interactions.
Courtney Hillebrecht, Domestic Politics and International Human Rights Tribunals: The Problem of Compliance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Courtney Hillebrecht, Tyler White and Patrice McMahon, eds. At Home and Abroad: How States Respond to Human Security Threats. New York: Routledge Press, 2014.
Courtney Hillebrecht, Dona-Gene Mitchell and Sergio Wals, “Perceived Human Rights and Support for New Democracies: Lessons from Mexico." Online First November 24, 2014. Democratization.
Courtney Hillebrecht. 2014. “The Power of Human Rights Tribunals: Compliance and Domestic Policy Change.” European Journal of International Relations, 20 (4): 1100-1123.
Alice Kang Kang, Alice. 2015. Bargaining for Women's Rights: Activism in an Aspiring Muslim Democracy. University of Minnesota Press. 
Nam Kyu Kim Forthcoming 2014. “Revisiting Economic Shocks and Coups,” Journal of Conflict Resolution.

2014.“Testing Two Explanations of the Liberal Peace: the Opportunity Cost vs. Signaling

arguments,” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 58 (5): 894–919.

Ari Kohen

Untangling Heroism: Classical Philosophy and the Concept of the Hero. Routledge. 2013. 

"Tumbling Political Theory." Published in Politics (2014); doi: 10.1111/1467-9256.12051

Patrice McMahon

“Cooperation Rules: Insights on Water and Conflict from International Relations,” in Water Security and Peacebuilding in the Middle East, edited by Jean Cahan (Forthcoming: Anthem Press).

“Aspiring Powers and Human Security: A Case from the Haitian Earthquake,”with Courtney Hillebrecht  in Sangmin Bae and Makoto Maruyama, eds., Human Security: Changing States and Global Response (Routledge: London 2015)

 

At Home and Abroad: How States Respond to Human Security, with Courtney Hillebrecht and Tyler White (London: Routledge Press, forthcoming 2014) Series on Human Security

Courtney Hillebrecht, Tyler White and Patrice McMahon, eds. At Home and Abroad: How States Respond to Human Security Threats. New York: Routledge Press, 2014.

US Department of State, “Study of the US Institute on Civic Engagement, Transnationalism and Water Security, Graduate Student Support, Daughtery Water for Food Institute

Rupal Mehta

Gartzke, Erik, Jeffrey Kaplow, and Rupal N. Mehta. "The Determinants of Nuclear Force Structure." Journal of Conflict Resolution, April 2014.

Sarah Michaels

Michaels, S. 2015. Probabilistic forecasting and the reshaping of flood risk management. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 7:1:41-51.

 

Gruszczynski, M.W. and Michaels, S.  2014.  Localized concerns, scientific argumentation, framing and federalism. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 6:2-3:173-193.

Michaels, S., Holmes, J. and Shaxson, L.  2014.  Science communication and the tension between evidence-based and inclusive features of policy making in New Trends in Earth Science Outreach and Engagement: The Nature of Communication. (eds.) Drake, J. L., Kontar, Y. Y. and Rife, G. Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research. New York, NY: Springer 38:83-92.

Ross Miller

Miller, Ross A. 2014. “You’ve got to know when to fold ‘em: International and Domestic Consequences of Backing Down to coercive Threats, 1919-1999. Under Review

Miller, Ross A. and Scott E. Bokemper. 2014. "Media coverage and escalation" Under Review.

Kevin Smith

Neiman, Jayme, Karl Giuseffi, Kevin B. Smith, Jeffrey French, Israel Wasmel-Manor, John R. Hibbing. “Opportunities to Vote at Home May Increase Turnout Among High Stress Individuals.” PLoS One. Forthcoming.

Wagner, Michael W., Kristen Deppe, Carly M. Jacobs, Amanda Friesen, Kevin B. Smith, and John R. Hibbing. “Beyond Survey Self-Reports: Using Physiology to Tap Political Orientations,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research. Forthcoming

Deppe, Kristen, Frank Gonzalez, Jayme Neiman, Carly Jacobs, Jackson Pahlke, Kevin B. Smith, And John R. Hibbing. 2015. “Reflective Liberals and Intuitive Conservatives: A Look at the Cognitive Reflection Test and Ideology.” Judgment and Decision Making. 10: 314- 331.

Neiman, Jayme, Frank Gonzales, Kevin Smith and John Hibbing. 2015. “Speaking Different Languages or Speaking From the Same Script?” Political Communication. DOI: 10.1080/10584609.2014.969465.

Mills, Mark, Kevin B. Smith, John R. Hibbing and Michael D. Dodd. 2015. “Obama Cares About Visuo-Spatial Attention: Perception of Political Figures Moves Attention and Determines Gaze Direction. Behavioral Brain Research. 278: 221-225.
Hatemi, Peter K., Kevin B. Smith, John R. Alford, Nicholas G. Martin and John R. Hibbing. 2015. “The Genetic and Environmental Foundations of Political, Psychological, Social and Economic Behaviors.” Twin Research and Human Genetics. 18: 243-255.
Hibbing, John R., Kevin B. Smith and John R. Alford. 2014. “Differences in Negativity Bias Underlie Variations in Political Ideology.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 297-350.
Mills, Mark, Kevin B. Smith, John R. Hibbing and Michael D. Dodd. “The Politics of Face-inThe-Crowd.” 2014. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 143: 1199-1213.
Hibbing, John R., Kevin B. Smith, Jonathan Peterson, and Balazs Feher. 2014. “The Deeper Sources of Political Conflict: Evidence from the Psychological, Cognitive and NeuroSciences.” Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 111-113.
French, Jeffrey A, Kevin B. Smith, John R. Alford, Adam Guck, Andrew K. Birnie, and John R. Hibbing. 2014. “Cortisol and Politics: Variance in Voting Behavior is Predicted by Baseline Cortisol Levels.” Physiology & Behavior. 133: 61-67.
Mitchell, Dona-Gene, Matthew V. Hibbing, Kevin B. Smith and John R. Hibbing. 2014. “Side by Side, Worlds Apart: Liberals’ and Conservatives’ Distinct Perceptions of Political Reality.” American Politics Research. 14: 338-363.
Hibbing, John R., Kevin B. Smith and John R. Alford. 2013. Predisposed: Liberals, Conservatives and the Biology of Political Differences. New York: Routledge. 
Bond, Jon and Kevin B. Smith. Analyzing American Politics. 2013. New York: Routledge. 

Smith, Kevin B. and Christopher Larimer. 2013. The Public Policy Theory Primer. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Elizabeth Theiss-Morse

Elizabeth Theiss-Morse and Dona-Gene Barton. Forthcoming. “Emotion and Cognition,” in Handbook on Political Trust, edited by S. Zmerli and T. van der Meer. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Campos-Castillo, C., B.W. Woodson, E. Theiss-Morse, T. Sacks, M. Fleig-Palmer, and M.E. Peek. Forthcoming. “Examining the Relationship between Interpersonal and Institutional Trust in the Political and Health Care Contexts,” in Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Trust: Towards Theoretical and Methodological Integration, edited by E. Shockley, T. M. S. Neal, L. M. PytlikZillig and B. H. Bornstein. New York: Springer.

 

Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, Michael W. Wagner, William H. Flanigan, and Nancy H. Zingale. 2015. Political Behavior in the Midterm Elections, 2015 edition. Washington, DC: CQ Press.

William Flanigan, Nancy Zingale, Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, and Michael W. Wagner. 2015. Political Behavior of the American Electorate, 13th edition. Washington, DC: CQ Press.

Sergio C. Wals, Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, Frank Gonzalez, and Tess Gosda. 2015. “Love Thy Neighbor? Trust in Foreigners and Support for Transnational Policies.” Political Research Quarterly 68(3): 537-551.

Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, Dona-Gene Barton, and Michael W. Wagner. 2015. “Political Trust in Polarized Times,” in Motivating Cooperation and Compliance with Authority: The Role of Institutional TrustNebraska Symposium on Motivation, Vol. 62, edited by B.H. Bornstein and A. Tomkins. New York: Springer.

Sergio Wals “Does What Happens In Los Mochis Stay In Los Mochis? Explaining Post-Migration Political Behavior.” Political Research Quarterly (forthcoming)
“Assumed Transmission in Political Science: A Call for Bringing Description Back In.” (with Scott Althaus, Nathaniel Swigger, Svitlana Chernykh, David Hendry, and Christopher Tiwald) The Journal of Politics (forthcoming)
Courtney Hillebrecht, Dona-Gene Mitchell and Sergio Wals, “Perceived Human Rights and Support for New Democracies: Lessons from Mexico." Online First November 24, 2014. Democratization.
Tyler White Courtney Hillebrecht, Tyler White and Patrice McMahon, eds. At Home and Abroad: How States Respond to Human Security Threats. New York: Routledge Press, 2014.