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Jon Krosnick grad student 2000 Ohio State (PsychTree)
 (Threats and opportunities as motivators of political activism.)


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Michelle Chen grad student UMN (Comm)
Matt Cravens grad student UMN
Christina Farhart grad student UMN
Matt Motta grad student UMN
Geoffrey Sheagley grad student UMN
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Enders A, Farhart C, Miller J, et al. (2022) Are Republicans and Conservatives More Likely to Believe Conspiracy Theories? Political Behavior. 1-24
MacInnis B, Miller JM, Krosnick JA, et al. (2021) Candidate name order effects in New Hampshire: Evidence from primaries and from general elections with party column ballots. Plos One. 16: e0248049
Cassese EC, Farhart CE, Miller JM. (2020) Gender Differences in COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory Beliefs Politics & Gender. 1-12
Miller JM. (2020) Psychological, Political, and Situational Factors Combine to Boost COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory Beliefs Canadian Journal of Political Science. 53: 327-334
Miller JM. (2020) Do COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory Beliefs Form a Monological Belief System? Canadian Journal of Political Science. 53: 319-326
Gollust SE, Miller JM. (2019) Framing the Opioid Crisis: Do Racial Frames Shape Beliefs of Whites Losing Ground? Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
Miller JM, Saunders KL. (2016) It’s Not All About Resources: Explaining (or Not) the Instability of Individual-Level Political Participation Over Time American Politics Research. 44: 943-981
Sharrow EA, Strolovitch DZ, Heaney MT, et al. (2016) Gender Attitudes, Gendered Partisanship: Feminism and Support for Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton among Party Activists Journal of Women, Politics and Policy. 1-23
Miller JM, Saunders KL. (2016) Conspiracy Theories in the United States: More Commonplace than Extraordinary Critical Review. 1-10
Miller JM, Saunders KL, Farhart CE. (2015) Conspiracy Endorsement as Motivated Reasoning: The Moderating Roles of Political Knowledge and Trust American Journal of Political Science
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