Nicholas A. Valentino
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What triggers public opposition to immigration? Anxiety, group cues, and immigration threat
T Brader, NA Valentino, E Suhay
American Journal of Political Science 52 (4), 959-978, 2008
Does attack advertising demobilize the electorate?
S Ansolabehere, S Iyengar, A Simon, N Valentino
American political science review 88 (4), 829-838, 1994
Cues that matter: How political ads prime racial attitudes during campaigns
NA Valentino, VL Hutchings, IK White
American Political Science Review 96 (1), 75-90, 2002
Election night’s alright for fighting: The role of emotions in political participation
NA Valentino, T Brader, EW Groenendyk, K Gregorowicz, VL Hutchings
The Journal of Politics 73 (1), 156-170, 2011
Is a worried citizen a good citizen? Emotions, political information seeking, and learning via the internet
NA Valentino, VL Hutchings, AJ Banks, AK Davis
Political Psychology 29 (2), 247-273, 2008
Running as a woman: Gender stereotyping in political campaigns
S Iyengar, NA Valentino, S Ansolabehere, AF Simon
Women, media, and politics, 77-98, 1997
Politics matters: Political events as catalysts for preadult socialization
DO Sears, NA Valentino
American Political Science Review 91 (1), 45-65, 1997
Crime news and the priming of racial attitudes during evaluations of the president
NA Valentino
Public opinion quarterly, 293-320, 1999
A spiral of cynicism for some: The contingent effects of campaign news frames on participation and confidence in government
NA Valentino, MN Beckmann, TA Buhr
Political Communication 18 (4), 347-367, 2001
Old times there are not forgotten: Race and partisan realignment in the contemporary South
NA Valentino, DO Sears
American Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 672-688, 2005
The centrality of race in American politics
VL Hutchings, NA Valentino
Annu. Rev. Polit. Sci. 7, 383-408, 2004
Efficacy, emotions and the habit of participation
NA Valentino, K Gregorowicz, EW Groenendyk
Political Behavior 31 (3), 307-330, 2009
Immigration opposition among US Whites: General ethnocentrism or media priming of attitudes about Latinos?
NA Valentino, T Brader, AE Jardina
Political Psychology 34 (2), 149-166, 2013
Selective exposure in the Internet age: The interaction between anxiety and information utility
NA Valentino, AJ Banks, VL Hutchings, AK Davis
Political Psychology 30 (4), 591-613, 2009
Where you live and what you watch: The impact of racial proximity and local television news on attitudes about race and crime
FD Gilliam Jr, NA Valentino, MN Beckmann
Political Research Quarterly 55 (4), 755-780, 2002
The impact of political advertising on knowledge, Internet information seeking, and candidate preference
NA Valentino, VL Hutchings, D Williams
Journal of communication 54 (2), 337-354, 2004
Emotional substrates of white racial attitudes
AJ Banks, NA Valentino
American Journal of Political Science 56 (2), 286-297, 2012
Event-driven political communication and the preadult socialization of partisanship
NA Valentino, DO Sears
Political Behavior 20 (2), 127-154, 1998
Mobilizing sexism: The interaction of emotion and gender attitudes in the 2016 US presidential election
NA Valentino, C Wayne, M Oceno
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (S1), 799-821, 2018
Who says what? Source credibility as a mediator of campaign advertising
S Iyengar, NA Valentino
Elements of reason: Cognition, choice, and the bounds of rationality, 108, 2000
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