Joseph Uscinski
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Understanding conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, JE Uscinski, RM Sutton, A Cichocka, T Nefes, CS Ang, ...
Political psychology 40, 3-35, 2019
American Conspiracy Theories
JE Uscinski, M Joseph
Why do people believe COVID-19 conspiracy theories?
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, J Funchion, C Everett, ...
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (3), 2020
What drives conspiratorial beliefs? The role of informational cues and predispositions
JE Uscinski, C Klofstad, MD Atkinson
Political Research Quarterly 69 (1), 57-71, 2016
The epistemology of fact checking
JE Uscinski, RW Butler
Critical Review 25 (2), 162-180, 2013
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them
JE Uscinski
Oxford University Press, USA, 2018
The relationship between social media use and beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, S Wuchty, JR Funchion, ...
Political behavior, 1-24, 2021
The different forms of COVID-19 misinformation and their consequences
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, C Klofstad, J Stoler
The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2020
The effect of conspiratorial thinking and motivated reasoning on belief in election fraud
J Edelson, A Alduncin, C Krewson, JA Sieja, JE Uscinski
Political Research Quarterly 70 (4), 933-946, 2017
Climate change conspiracy theories
JE Uscinski, K Douglas, S Lewandowsky
Oxford research encyclopedia of climate science, 2017
When Does the Public's Issue Agenda Affect the Media's Issue Agenda (and Vice‐Versa)? Developing a Framework for Media‐Public Influence*
JE Uscinski
Social Science Quarterly 90 (4), 796-815, 2009
Conspiracy theories: A primer
JE Uscinski, AM Enders
Rowman & Littlefield, 2023
American politics in two dimensions: Partisan and ideological identities versus anti‐establishment orientations
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, JR Funchion, C Everett, ...
American Journal of Political Science 65 (4), 877-895, 2021
What drives people to believe in Zika conspiracy theories?
CA Klofstad, JE Uscinski, JM Connolly, JP West
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 1-8, 2019
What’s in a name? Coverage of senator Hillary Clinton during the 2008 democratic primary
JE Uscinski, LJ Goren
Political Research Quarterly 64 (4), 884-896, 2011
The epistemology of fact checking (is still náve): Rejoinder to Amazeen
JE Uscinski
Critical Review 27 (2), 243-252, 2015
The study of conspiracy theories
JE Uscinski
Argumenta 3 (2), 233-245, 2018
The partisan contours of conspiracy theory beliefs
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Research & politics 4 (4), 2053168017746554, 2017
Have beliefs in conspiracy theories increased over time?
J Uscinski, A Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, H Drochon, K Premaratne, ...
PLoS One 17 (7), e0270429, 2022
Do conspiracy beliefs form a belief system? Examining the structure and organization of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, MI Seelig, S Wuchty, MN Murthi, ...
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 9 (1), 255-271, 2021
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