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Matthew D Atkinson
Matthew D Atkinson
Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Miami University
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What drives conspiratorial beliefs? The role of informational cues and predispositions
JE Uscinski, C Klofstad, MD Atkinson
Political Research Quarterly 69 (1), 57-71, 2016
2842016
Candidate faces and election outcomes: Is the face–vote correlation caused by candidate selection?
MD Atkinson, RD Enos, SJ Hill
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 4 (3), 229-249, 2009
1302009
Candidate faces and election outcomes: Is the face–vote correlation caused by candidate selection?
MD Atkinson, RD Enos, SJ Hill
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 4 (3), 229-249, 2009
1272009
Candidate faces and election outcomes: Is the face–vote correlation caused by candidate selection?
MD Atkinson, RD Enos, SJ Hill
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 4 (3), 229-249, 2009
1272009
Candidate faces and election outcomes: Is the face–vote correlation caused by candidate selection?
MD Atkinson, RD Enos, SJ Hill
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 4 (3), 229-249, 2009
1272009
Evaluation of benefits of screening tests done immediately on admission to hospital.
TC Durbridge, F Edwards, RG Edwards, M Atkinson
Clinical chemistry 22 (7), 968-971, 1976
1111976
Social capital and voter turnout: Evidence from saint's day fiestas in Mexico
MD Atkinson, A Fowler
British Journal of political science 44 (1), 41-59, 2014
582014
Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? The role of informational cues and predispositions
JE Uscinski, M Atkinson
The Role of Informational Cues and Predispositions (May 22, 2013), 2013
332013
An evaluation of multiphasic screening on admission to hospital: precis of a report to the National Health and Medical Research Council
TC DURBRIDGE, FAY EDWARDS, RG EDWARDS, M ATKINSON
Medical Journal of Australia 1 (19), 703-705, 1976
321976
Does celebrity issue advocacy mobilize issue publics?
MD Atkinson, D DeWitt
Political Studies 67 (1), 83-99, 2019
232019
A web of conspiracy? Internet and conspiracy theory
JE Uscinski, D DeWitt, MD Atkinson
Handbook of conspiracy theory and contemporary religion, 106-130, 2018
222018
The politics of disruption: Social choice theory and conspiracy theory politics
MD Atkinson, D DeWitt
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them, 122-34, 2018
152018
How conspiracy theories spread
D DeWitt, M Atkinson, D Wegner
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them, 319-336, 2018
112018
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What’sa Dog Story Worth?
MD Atkinson, M Deam, JE Uscinski
PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (4), 819-823, 2014
102014
Celebrity political endorsements matter
MD Atkinson, D DeWitt
Celebrity Studies 7 (1), 119-121, 2016
82016
The Effect of Social Capital on Voter Turnout: Evidence from Saint’s Day Fiestas in Mexico
MD Atkinson, A Fowler
University of California, Los Angeles and Harvard University, 2012
72012
Conspiracy theories and the Internet
JE Uscinski, D DeWitt, M Atkinson
The Brill handbook of conspiracy theory and contemporary religion, 106-132, 2018
62018
Conspiracy theories in the 2016 election
M Atkinson, D DeWitt, JE Uscinski, JC Lucas, CJ Galdieri, TS Sisco
Conventional Wisdom, Parties, and Broken Barriers in the 2016 Election 163, 2017
62017
Snubbing Seth Rogen: Does Celebrity Testimony Increase Congressional Hearing Attendance?
MD Atkinson, D DeWitt
PS: Political Science & Politics 50 (2), 354-358, 2017
62017
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