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Bert N. Bakker
Bert N. Bakker
Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
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The psychological roots of populist voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany
BN Bakker, M Rooduijn, G Schumacher
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 302-320, 2016
2752016
Selling ourselves short? How abbreviated measures of personality change the way we think about personality and politics
BN Bakker, Y Lelkes
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1311-1325, 2018
1252018
Conservatives and Liberals have Similar Physiological Responses to Threats
BN Bakker, G Schumacher, C Gothreau, K Arceneaux
Nature Human Behaviour, 2020
1182020
Understanding Partisan Cue Receptivity: Tests of Predictions from the Bounded Rationality and Expressive Utility Models
BN Bakker, Y Lelkes, A Malka
The Journal of Politics, 2020
79*2020
Crisis signaling: How Italy's coronavirus lockdown affected incumbent support in other European countries
CE de Vries, BN Bakker, SB Hobolt, K Arceneaux
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (3), 451-467, 2021
782021
Liberals lecture, conservatives communicate: Analyzing complexity and ideology in 381,609 political speeches
M Schoonvelde, A Brosius, G Schumacher, BN Bakker
PloS one 14 (2), e0208450, 2019
702019
Personality traits, income, and economic ideology
BN Bakker
Political Psychology 38 (6), 1025-1041, 2017
672017
Personality and European Union attitudes: relationships across European Union attitude dimensions
BN Bakker, CH de Vreese
European Union Politics 17 (1), 25-45, 2016
672016
Personality traits and party identification over time
BN Bakker, DN Hopmann, M Persson
European Journal of Political Research 54 (2), 197-215, 2015
562015
The Populist Appeal: Personality and Anti-establishment Communication
BN Bakker, G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
The Journal of Politics, 2021
512021
Hot politics? Affective responses to political rhetoric
BN Bakker, G Schumacher, M Rooduijn
American Political Science Review 115 (1), 150-164, 2021
502021
Stay loyal or exit the party? How openness to experience and extroversion explain vote switching
BN Bakker, R Klemmensen, AS Nørgaard, G Schumacher
Political psychology 37 (3), 419-429, 2016
462016
Who is open to authoritarian governance within western democracies?
A Malka, Y Lelkes, BN Bakker, E Spivack
Perspectives on politics 20 (3), 808-827, 2022
402022
Reconsidering the link between self-reported personality traits and political preferences
BN Bakker, Y Lelkes, A Malka
American Political Science Review 115 (4), 1482-1498, 2021
372021
Questionable and open research practices: attitudes and perceptions among quantitative communication researchers
BN Bakker, K Jaidka, T Dörr, N Fasching, Y Lelkes
Journal of Communication 71 (5), 715-738, 2021
272021
Friends with text as data benefits: Assessing and extending the use of automated text analysis in political science and political psychology
M Schoonvelde, G Schumacher, BN Bakker
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7 (1), 124-143, 2019
202019
Is covid-19 a threat to liberal democracy?
K Arceneaux, BN Bakker, S Hobolt, CE De Vries
PsyArXiv, 2020
182020
The complicated but solvable threat–politics relationship
MJ Brandt, BN Bakker
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2022
132022
Yikes! Are we disgusted by politicians?
BN Bakker, G Schumacher, MD Homan
Politics and the Life Sciences, 2020
112020
Hot Populism? Affective Responses to Antiestablishment Rhetoric
G Schumacher, M Rooduijn, BN Bakker
Political Psychology, 2022
62022
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