Ted Brader
Ted Brader
Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan
Verified email at umich.edu
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Campaigning for hearts and minds
T Brader
Campaigning for Hearts and Minds, 2020
12812020
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
11812008
Striking a responsive chord: How political ads motivate and persuade voters by appealing to emotions
T Brader
American Journal of Political Science 49 (2), 388-405, 2005
10622005
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
6432011
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
2862013
The emergence of mass partisanship in Russia, 1993-1996
T Brader, JA Tucker
American Journal of Political Science, 69-83, 2001
2082001
Emotions and Political Psychology
T Brader, GE Marcus
Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology (2nd ed.), 165-204, 2013
1892013
Which parties can lead opinion? Experimental evidence on partisan cue taking in multiparty democracies
T Brader, JA Tucker, D Duell
Comparative Political Studies 46 (11), 1485-1517, 2013
1172013
Following the Party's Lead: Party Cues, Policy Opinion, and the Power of Partisanship in Three Multiparty Systems
T Brader, JA Tucker
Comparative Politics 44 (4), 403-420, 2012
116*2012
The sword's other edge: Perceptions of discrimination and racial policy opinion after Obama
NA Valentino, T Brader
Public Opinion Quarterly 75 (2), 201-226, 2011
882011
How Americans responded: A study of public reactions to 9/11/01
M Traugott, T Brader, D Coral, R Curtin, D Featherman, R Groves, M Hill, ...
PS: Political Science and Politics 35 (3), 511-516, 2002
872002
The political relevance of emotions:“Reassessing” revisited
T Brader
Political Psychology 32 (2), 337-346, 2011
862011
Pathways to partisanship: Evidence from Russia
T Brader, JA Tucker
Post-Soviet Affairs 24 (3), 263-300, 2008
67*2008
8. Identities, Interests, and Emotions: Symbolic versus Material Wellsprings of Fear, Anger, and Enthusiasm
T Brader, NA Valentino
The affect effect, 180-201, 2008
632008
What's left behind when the party's over: survey experiments on the effects of partisan cues in Putin's Russia
TA Brader, JA Tucker
Politics & Policy 37 (4), 843-868, 2009
542009
Explaining 9/11
MW Traugott, T Brader
52*2003
Cross Pressure Scores: An Individual-Level Measure of Cumulative Partisan Pressures Arising from Social Group Memberships
T Brader, JA Tucker, A Therriault
Political Behavior 36 (1), 23-51, 2014
49*2014
EMOTION AND PUBLIC OPINION
TED BRADER, GE MARCUS, KL MILLER
The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media, 384-401, 2011
492011
How the emotional tenor of ad campaigns affects political participation
T Brader, B Corrigan
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, 2006
342006
Unreflective partisans? Policy information and evaluation in the development of partisanship
T Brader, JA Tucker
Political Psychology 39, 137-157, 2018
30*2018
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