Kristyn L. Karl
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Emotion and Public Opinion
T Brader, G Marcus, K Miller
The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media., 384-401, 2011
492011
When are stereotypes about black candidates applied? An experimental test
KL Karl, TJ Ryan
Journal of Race, Ethnicity and Politics 1 (2), 253, 2016
122016
What does it take to reduce racial prejudice in individual-level candidate evaluations? A formal theoretic perspective
A Lupia, LS Casey, KL Karl, S Piston, TJ Ryan, C Skovron
Political Science Research and Methods 3 (01), 1-20, 2015
112015
This is not a drill: Lessons from the false Hawaiian missile alert.
KL Karl, A Lytle
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 2019
32019
Missing the Message: The Measurement and Effects of Attention to Political Advertisements.
KL Karl
22015
Understanding Americans’ Perceptions of Nuclear Weapons Risk and Subsequent Behavior
A Lytle, K Karl
International Journal of Communication 14, 25, 2020
12020
Nuclear weapons risk communication: evaluating the impact of message exposure and format
KL Karl, A Lytle
Journal of Risk Research, 1-23, 2020
2020
Motivating Participation Through Political Ads: Comparing the Effects of Physiology and Self-reported Emotion
KL Karl
Political Behavior, 1-24, 2019
2019
A nuclear bomb might not kill you. But not knowing how to respond might.
AW Kristyn L. Karl, Ashley Lytle
Washington Post, 2019
2019
(Another) Year of the Woman? New evidence shows that women candidates are favored ahead of the 2018 midterms
L Cormack, KL Karl
London School of Economics: USAPP– American Politics and Policy, 2018
2018
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