Jonathon P. Schuldt
Jonathon P. Schuldt
Associate Professor of Communication, Cornell University
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Individual laboratory-measured discount rates predict field behavior
CF Chabris, D Laibson, CL Morris, JP Schuldt, D Taubinsky
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 37, 237-269, 2008
5192008
“Global warming” or “climate change”? Whether the planet is warming depends on question wording
JP Schuldt, SH Konrath, N Schwarz
Public Opinion Quarterly 75, 115-124, 2011
3492011
The “organic” path to obesity? Organic claims influence calorie judgments and exercise recommendations
JP Schuldt, N Schwarz
Judgment and Decision Making 5, 144-150, 2010
2032010
Intertemporal choice
CF Chabris, DI Laibson, JP Schuldt
The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics: Volume 1-8, 3254-3260, 2008
1852008
Does green mean healthy? Nutrition label color affects perceptions of healthfulness
JP Schuldt
Health Communication 28, 814-821, 2013
1662013
Public opinion on energy development: The interplay of issue framing, top-of-mind associations, and political ideology
CE Clarke, PS Hart, JP Schuldt, DTN Evensen, HS Boudet, JB Jacquet, ...
Energy Policy 81, 131-140, 2015
1382015
The “fair trade” effect: Health halos from social ethics claims
JP Schuldt, D Muller, N Schwarz
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3, 581-589, 2012
1242012
When good deeds leave a bad taste: Negative inferences from ethical food claims
JP Schuldt, M Hannahan
Appetite 62, 76-83, 2013
1062013
The allocation of time in decision-making
CF Chabris, CL Morris, D Taubinsky, D Laibson, JP Schuldt
Journal of the European Economic Association 7, 628-637, 2009
922009
Disfluent fonts don’t help people solve math problems
A Meyer, S Frederick, TC Burnham, JD Guevara Pinto, TW Boyer, LJ Ball, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144, e16-e30, 2015
862015
Questionnaire design effects in climate change surveys: Implications for the partisan divide
JP Schuldt, S Roh, N Schwarz
ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658, 67-85, 2015
812015
Race, class, gender and climate change communication
AR Pearson, MT Ballew, S Naiman, JP Schuldt
Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication, 1-38, 2017
742017
Does reduced psychological distance increase climate engagement? On the limits of localizing climate change
JP Schuldt, LN Rickard, ZJ Yang
Journal of Environmental Psychology 55, 147-153, 2018
692018
Social climate science: A new vista for psychological science
AR Pearson, JP Schuldt, R Romero-Canyas
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11, 632-650, 2016
692016
Here and now, there and then: How "departure dates" influence climate change engagement
LN Rickard, ZJ Yang, JP Schuldt
Global Environmental Change 38, 97-107, 2016
692016
Compassion for climate change victims and support for mitigation policy
H Lu, JP Schuldt
Journal of Environmental Psychology 45, 192-200, 2016
592016
Media frames and cognitive accessibility: What do “global warming” and “climate change” evoke in partisan minds?
JP Schuldt, S Roh
Environmental Communication 8, 529-548, 2014
552014
The role of race and ethnicity in climate change polarization: Evidence from a U.S. national survey experiment
JP Schuldt, AR Pearson
Climatic Change 136, 495-505, 2016
512016
Diverse segments of the US public underestimate the environmental concerns of minority and low-income Americans
AR Pearson, JP Schuldt, R Romero-Canyas, MT Ballew, D Larson-Konar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115, 12429-12434, 2018
482018
Exploring the role of incidental emotions in support for climate change policy
H Lu, JP Schuldt
Climatic Change 131, 719-726, 2015
482015
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