Joanne M. Miller
Joanne M. Miller
Professor of Political Science and Psychology, University of Delaware
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News media impact on the ingredients of presidential evaluations: Politically knowledgeable citizens are guided by a trusted source
JM Miller, JA Krosnick
American Journal of Political Science, 301-315, 2000
Conspiracy endorsement as motivated reasoning: The moderating roles of political knowledge and trust
JM Miller, KL Saunders, CE Farhart
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 824-844, 2016
The impact of candidate name order on election outcomes
JM Miller, JA Krosnick
Public Opinion Quarterly, 291-330, 1998
Threat as a motivator of political activism: A field experiment
JM Miller, JA Krosnick
Political Psychology 25 (4), 507-523, 2004
NewsMedia Impact on the Ingredients of Presidential Evaluations: A Program of Research on the Priming Hypothesis
JM Miller, JA Krosnick
Political persuasion and attitude change, 1996
Theoretical and empirical implications of attitude strength
JM Miller, DAM Peterson
The Journal of Politics 66 (3), 847-867, 2004
Examining the mediators of agenda setting: A new experimental paradigm reveals the role of emotions
JM Miller
Political Psychology 28 (6), 689-717, 2007
Do COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs form a monological belief system?
JM Miller
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
Psychological, political, and situational factors combine to boost COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs
JM Miller
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
Gender differences in COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs
EC Cassese, CE Farhart, JM Miller
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1009-1018, 2020
An unrecognized need for ballot reform: The effects of candidate name order on election outcomes
JA Krosnick, JM Miller, MP Tichy
Rethinking the vote: The politics and prospects of American election reform …, 2004
Experience, attitudes, and willingness to pay for public safety
AK Donahue, JM Miller
The American Review of Public Administration 36 (4), 395-418, 2006
The origins of policy issue salience: Personal and national importance impact on behavioral, cognitive, and emotional issue engagement
JM Miller, JA Krosnick, LR Fabrigar
Political psychology, 139-185, 2016
Polarized networks: The organizational affiliations of national party convention delegates
MT Heaney, SE Masket, JM Miller, DZ Strolovitch
American Behavioral Scientist 56 (12), 1654-1676, 2012
Anatomy of news media priming
JM Miller, JA Krosnick
Do the media govern, 258-275, 1997
Are republicans and conservatives more likely to believe conspiracy theories?
A Enders, C Farhart, J Miller, J Uscinski, K Saunders, H Drochon
Political Behavior 45 (4), 2001-2024, 2023
The impact of policy change threat on financial contributions to interest groups
JM Miller, JA Krosnick, A Holbrook, A Tahk, L Dionne
Political psychology: New explorations, 172-202, 2016
Gender attitudes, gendered partisanship: Feminism and support for Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton among party activists
EA Sharrow, DZ Strolovitch, MT Heaney, SE Masket, JM Miller
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 37 (4), 394-416, 2016
Identity-based feelings, beliefs, and actions: How being influences doing
JM Miller, W Rahn
Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Berlin …, 2002
Citizen preferences and paying for police
AK Donahue, JM Miller
Journal of Urban Affairs 27 (4), 419-435, 2005
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