Milton Lodge
Milton Lodge
Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Stony Brook University
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Motivated skepticism in the evaluation of political beliefs
CS Taber, M Lodge
American journal of political science 50 (3), 755-769, 2006
The rationalizing voter
M Lodge, CS Taber
Cambridge University Press, 2013
An impression-driven model of candidate evaluation
M Lodge, KM McGraw, P Stroh
American Political Science Review 83 (2), 399-419, 1989
The responsive voter: Campaign information and the dynamics of candidate evaluation
M Lodge, MR Steenbergen, S Brau
American political science review 89 (2), 309-326, 1995
Three steps toward a theory of motivated political reasoning
S Popkin
Elements of reason: Cognition, choice, and the bounds of rationality, 183, 2000
The automaticity of affect for political leaders, groups, and issues: An experimental test of the hot cognition hypothesis
M Lodge, CS Taber
Political Psychology 26 (3), 455-482, 2005
A partisan schema for political information processing
M Lodge, R Hamill
American political science review 80 (2), 505-519, 1986
Magnitude scaling: Quantitative measurement of opinions
M Lodge
SAGE Publications, Incorporated, 1981
The breadth, depth, and utility of class, partisan, and ideological schemata
R Hamill, M Lodge, F Blake
American Journal of Political Science, 850-870, 1985
Threat, authoritarianism, and selective exposure to information
H Lavine, M Lodge, K Freitas
Political psychology 26 (2), 219-244, 2005
On-line processing in candidate evaluation: The effects of issue order, issue importance, and sophistication
KM McGraw, M Lodge, P Stroh
Political Behavior 12 (1), 41-58, 1990
Why people “don’t trust the evidence” motivated reasoning and scientific beliefs
PW Kraft, M Lodge, CS Taber
The ANNALS of the American Academy of political and social science 658 (1 …, 2015
Political Judgment
CS Taber, M Steenbergen, M Lodge, KM McGraw
8. Inside the Mental Voting Booth: An Impression-Driven Process Model of Candidate Evaluation
M Lodge, P Stroh
Explorations in political psychology, 221-263, 1993
Activation of political attitudes: A psychophysiological examination of the hot cognition hypothesis
JP Morris, NK Squires, CS Taber, M Lodge
Political Psychology 24 (4), 727-745, 2003
The attractiveness halo: Why some candidates are perceived more favorably than others
B Verhulst, M Lodge, H Lavine
Journal of nonverbal behavior 34 (2), 111-117, 2010
Where is the schema? Critiques
M Lodge, KM McGraw, PJ Conover, S Feldman, AH Miller
American Political Science Review 85 (4), 1357-1380, 1991
Losing, but accepting: Legitimacy, positivity theory, and the symbols of judicial authority
JL Gibson, M Lodge, B Woodson
Law & Society Review 48 (4), 837-866, 2014
A computational model of the citizen as motivated reasoner: Modeling the dynamics of the 2000 presidential election
S Kim, CS Taber, M Lodge
Political Behavior 32 (1), 1-28, 2010
Explicating the black box through experimentation: Studies of authoritarianism and threat
H Lavine, M Lodge, J Polichak, C Taber
Political analysis 10 (4), 343-361, 2002
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