Adam M. Enders
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Why do people believe COVID-19 conspiracy theories?
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, CA Klofstad, MI Seelig, R Funchion, John, ...
The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review, 2020
The different forms of COVID-19 misinformation and their consequences
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, C Klofstad, J Stoler
The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review, 2020
The relationship between social media use and beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, S Wuchty, JR Funchion, ...
Political behavior, 1-24, 2021
Conspiracy theories: A primer
JE Uscinski, AM Enders
Rowman & Littlefield, 2023
The differential effects of actual and perceived polarization
AM Enders, MT Armaly
Political Behavior 41, 815-839, 2019
American politics in two dimensions: Partisan and ideological identities versus anti‐establishment orientations
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, JR Funchion, C Everett, ...
American Journal of Political Science 65 (4), 877-895, 2021
The partisan contours of conspiracy theory beliefs
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Research & politics 4 (4), 2053168017746554, 2017
Have beliefs in conspiracy theories increased over time?
J Uscinski, A Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, H Drochon, K Premaratne, ...
PLoS One 17 (7), e0270429, 2022
Informational cues, partisan-motivated reasoning, and the manipulation of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Political Communication 36 (1), 83-102, 2019
Christian nationalism and political violence: Victimhood, racial identity, conspiracy, and support for the capitol attacks
MT Armaly, DT Buckley, AM Enders
Political behavior 44 (2), 937-960, 2022
The increasing racialization of American electoral politics, 1988-2016
AM Enders, JS Scott
American Politics Research 47 (2), 275-303, 2019
Are all ‘birthers’ conspiracy theorists? On the relationship between conspiratorial thinking and political orientations
AM Enders, SM Smallpage, RN Lupton
British Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 849-866, 2020
Do conspiracy beliefs form a belief system? Examining the structure and organization of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, MI Seelig, S Wuchty, MN Murthi, ...
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 9 (1), 255-271, 2021
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
Values and political predispositions in the age of polarization: Examining the relationship between partisanship and ideology in the United States, 1988–2012
RN Lupton, SM Smallpage, AM Enders
British Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 241-260, 2020
Polls, Plots, and Party Politics: Conspiracy Theories in Contemporary America
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Conspiracy Theories and the People Who Believe Them, 2018
Are misinformation, antiscientific claims, and conspiracy theories for political extremists?
AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 583-605, 2021
Who supports QAnon? A case study in political extremism
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, S Wuchty, MI Seelig, JR Funchion, ...
The Journal of Politics 84 (3), 1844-1849, 2022
Who are conspiracy theorists? A comprehensive approach to explaining conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Social Science Quarterly 100 (6), 2017-2032, 2019
The 2020 presidential election and beliefs about fraud: Continuity or change?
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, K Premaratne, MI Seelig, S Wuchty, ...
Electoral studies 72, 102366, 2021
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