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
The partisan contours of conspiracy theory beliefs
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Research & politics 4 (4), 2053168017746554, 2017
The increasing racialization of American electoral politics, 1988-2016
AM Enders, JS Scott
American Politics Research 47 (2), 275-303, 2019
Informational cues, partisan-motivated reasoning, and the manipulation of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Political Communication 36 (1), 83-102, 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
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
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
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 misinformation, antiscientific claims, and conspiracy theories for political extremists?
AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 583-605, 2021
Who are conspiracy theorists? A comprehensive approach to explaining conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Social Science Quarterly 100 (6), 2017-2032, 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
A matter of principle? On the relationship between racial resentment and ideology
AM Enders
Political Behavior 43 (2), 561-584, 2021
On the measurement of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Research & Politics 5 (1), 2053168018763596, 2018
‘Why Me?’The Role of Perceived Victimhood in American Politics
MT Armaly, AM Enders
Political Behavior, 1-27, 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
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