Howard Lavine
Howard Lavine
Professor of Political Science
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On the varieties of national attachment: Blind versus constructive patriotism
RT Schatz, E Staub, H Lavine
Political psychology 20 (1), 151-174, 1999
The ambivalent partisan: How critical loyalty promotes democracy
HG Lavine, CD Johnston, MR Steenbergen
Oxford University Press, USA, 2012
Depicting women as sex objects in television advertising: Effects on body dissatisfaction
H Lavine, D Sweeney, SH Wagner
Personality and social psychology bulletin 25 (8), 1049-1058, 1999
On the primacy of affect in the determination of attitudes and behavior: The moderating role of affective-cognitive ambivalence
H Lavine, CJ Thomsen, MP Zanna, E Borgida
Journal of experimental social psychology 34 (4), 398-421, 1998
Ambivalence, information, and electoral choice
SJ Basinger, H Lavine
American Political Science Review 99 (2), 169-184, 2005
The electoral consequences of ambivalence toward presidential candidates
H Lavine
American Journal of Political Science, 915-929, 2001
Threat, authoritarianism, and selective exposure to information
H Lavine, M Lodge, K Freitas
Political psychology 26 (2), 219-244, 2005
Cognitive processing and the functional matching effect in persuasion: The mediating role of subjective perceptions of message quality
H Lavine, M Snyder
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 32 (6), 580-604, 1996
On the relationship between attitude involvement and attitude accessibility: Toward a cognitive‐motivational model of political information processing
H Lavine, E Borgida, JL Sullivan
Political psychology 21 (1), 81-106, 2000
The attractiveness halo: Why some candidates are perceived more favorably than others
B Verhulst, M Lodge, H Lavine
Journal of nonverbal behavior 34, 111-117, 2010
The moderating influence of attitude strength on the susceptibility to context effects in attitude surveys.
H Lavine, JW Huff, SH Wagner, D Sweeney
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 75 (2), 359, 1998
Open versus closed: Personality, identity, and the politics of redistribution
CD Johnston, HG Lavine, CM Federico
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Waving the flag: National symbolism, social identity, and political engagement
RT Schatz, H Lavine
Political Psychology 28 (3), 329-355, 2007
The causes and consequences of personal involvement
CJ Thomsen, E Borgida, H Lavine
Attitude strength: Antecedents and consequences 4, 191-214, 1995
The relationship of national and personal issue salience to attitude accessibility on foreign and domestic policy issues
H Lavine, JL Sullivan, E Borgida, CJ Thomsen
Political Psychology, 293-316, 1996
Threat, authoritarianism, and voting: An investigation of personality and persuasion
H Lavine, D Burgess, M Snyder, J Transue, JL Sullivan, B Haney, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (3), 337-347, 1999
Explicating the black box through experimentation: Studies of authoritarianism and threat
H Lavine, M Lodge, J Polichak, C Taber
Political analysis 10 (4), 343-361, 2002
“Hot” political cognition: Its self-, group-, and system-serving purposes
JT Jost, EP Hennes, H Lavine
On-line versus memory-based process models of political evaluation
H Lavine
Political psychology, 225-274, 2002
The development of interattitudinal consistency: The shared-consequences model.
H Lavine, CJ Thomsen, MH Gonzales
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 72 (4), 735, 1997
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