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2013 Annual Meeting Program

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Political Psychology
5-6   Polarized Attitudes in Polarized Times

Date: Friday, Aug 30, 2013, 2:00 PM-3:45 PM  
Location: Room assignments are pending. Check back soon for room assignments. Only those registered for the meeting can view room assignments. Subject to change. Check the Final Program at the conference.
 
Co-sponsored by 36 Elections and Voting Behavior-1

 
Chair(s): Eric William Groenendyk
University of Memphis, [email protected]
Author(s):
Is Perceived Polarization a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy? 
Matthew S. Levendusky
University of Pennsylvania, [email protected]
  Neil Malhotra
  Stanford University, [email protected]
The Rise of Independents: How News Coverage of Partisan Politics Contributes to the Decline of Partisanship 
Samara Klar
University of Arizona, [email protected]
  Yanna Krupnikov
  Northwestern University, [email protected]
Implicit Partisan Identity: A New Measure of Affective Polarization 
Shanto Iyengar
Stanford University, [email protected]
  Sean Westwood
  Stanford University, [email protected]
The Polarizing Effects of Partisan Sorting  [Download Paper]
Lilliana Hall Mason
SUNY, Stony Brook, [email protected]
Partisan Selective Exposure in the Digital Age: Evidence from Field Experiments  [Download Paper]
Timothy J. Ryan
University of Michigan, [email protected]
  Ted Brader
  University of Michigan, [email protected]
Discussant(s): Gaurav Sood
Princeton University, [email protected]
Eric William Groenendyk
University of Memphis, [email protected]
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