Joshua Robison
Joshua Robison
Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Science, Leiden University
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Elite polarization and public opinion: How polarization is communicated and its effects
J Robison, KJ Mullinix
Political Communication 33 (2), 261-282, 2016
522016
Who knows? Question format and political knowledge
J Robison
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 27 (1), 1-21, 2015
362015
Political dynamics of framing
S Klar, J Robison, JN Druckman
New directions in media and politics, 173-192, 2013
342013
Measuring drug and alcohol use among college student‐athletes
JN Druckman, M Gilli, S Klar, J Robison
Social Science Quarterly 96 (2), 369-380, 2015
242015
More important, but for what exactly? The insignificant role of subjective issue importance in vote decisions
TJ Leeper, J Robison
Political Behavior 42 (1), 239-259, 2020
182020
The group basis of partisan affective polarization
J Robison, RL Moskowitz
The Journal of Politics 81 (3), 1075-1079, 2019
122019
The class pictures in citizens’ minds
J Robison, R Stubager
The British journal of sociology 69 (4), 1220-1247, 2018
122018
Do disagreeable political discussion networks undermine attitude strength?
J Robison, TJ Leeper, JN Druckman
Political Psychology 39 (2), 479-494, 2018
122018
The role of social context in shaping student-athlete opinions
JN Druckman, M Gilli, S Klar, J Robison
PloS one 9 (12), e115159, 2014
92014
Studying identities with experiments: Weighing the risk of posttreatment bias against priming effects
S Klar, T Leeper, J Robison
Journal of Experimental Political Science 7 (1), 56-60, 2020
82020
An Audit of Political Behavior Research
J Robison, RT Stevenson, JN Druckman, S Jackman, JN Katz, L Vavreck
SAGE Open 8 (3), 2158244018794769, 2018
82018
The role of elite accounts in mitigating the negative effects of repositioning
J Robison
Political Behavior 39 (3), 609-628, 2017
82017
The social rewards of engagement: Appealing to social motivations to stimulate political interest at high and low levels of external efficacy
J Robison
Political Studies 65 (1), 24-41, 2017
82017
Like, post, and distrust? How social media use affects trust in government
E Klein, J Robison
Political Communication 37 (1), 46-64, 2020
72020
In the eye of the beholder: What determines how people sort others into social classes?
R Stubager, J Tilley, G Evans, J Robison, GS Harrits
Social science research 76, 132-143, 2018
72018
Athlete support for Title IX
JN Druckman, M Gilli, S Klar, J Robison
The Sport Journal 19, 1-12, 2014
42014
Gaps in political interest: Following public affairs in surveys from Gallup, Pew, and the ANES
J Robison
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 27 (3), 406-416, 2015
32015
Does class-based campaigning work? How working class appeals attract and polarize voters
J Robison, R Stubager, M Thau, J Tilley
Comparative Political Studies 54 (5), 723-752, 2021
12021
Who should get a say? Race, law enforcement guidelines, and systems of representation
A Kevins, J Robison
Political Psychology 42 (1), 71-91, 2021
12021
Does Social Disagreement Attenuate Partisan Motivated Reasoning? A Test Case Concerning Economic Evaluations
J Robison
British Journal of Political Science 50 (4), 1245-1261, 2020
12020
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