David Redlawsk
David Redlawsk
James R. Soles Prof & Chair, Dept of Political Science & Int Relations, University of Delaware
Verified email at udel.edu - Homepage
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Advantages and disadvantages of cognitive heuristics in political decision making
RR Lau, DP Redlawsk
American Journal of Political Science, 951-971, 2001
16942001
How voters decide: Information processing in election campaigns
RR Lau, DP Redlawsk
Cambridge University Press, 2006
12282006
Hot cognition or cool consideration? Testing the effects of motivated reasoning on political decision making
DP Redlawsk
The Journal of Politics 64 (4), 1021-1044, 2002
9692002
Voting correctly
RR Lau, DP Redlawsk
American Political Science Review, 585-598, 1997
8481997
The affective tipping point: Do motivated reasoners ever “get it”?
DP Redlawsk, AJW Civettini, KM Emmerson
Political Psychology 31 (4), 563-593, 2010
4462010
An exploration of correct voting in recent US presidential elections
RR Lau, DJ Andersen, DP Redlawsk
American Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 395-411, 2008
2942008
Feeling politics: Emotion in political information processing
D Redlawsk
Springer, 2006
216*2006
What voters do: Information search during election campaigns
DP Redlawsk
Political Psychology 25 (4), 595-610, 2004
1852004
Popular interpretations of ‘corruption’and their partisan consequences
DP Redlawsk, JA McCann
Political Behavior 27 (3), 261-283, 2005
1552005
You must remember this: A test of the on-line model of voting
DP Redlawsk
The Journal of Politics 63 (1), 29-58, 2001
1552001
Affective intelligence and voting: Information processing and learning in a campaign
DP Redlawsk, AJW Civettini, RR Lau
The affect effect: Dynamics of emotion in political thinking and behavior …, 2007
1362007
Framing labels and immigration policy attitudes in the Iowa caucuses:“Trying to out-Tancredo Tancredo”
BR Knoll, DP Redlawsk, H Sanborn
Political Behavior 33 (3), 433-454, 2011
1322011
The positive case for negative campaigning
K Mattes, DP Redlawsk
The Positive Case for Negative Campaigning, 2015
1262015
Gender stereotypes, information search, and voting behavior in political campaigns
TM Ditonto, AJ Hamilton, DP Redlawsk
Political Behavior 36 (2), 335-358, 2014
1182014
Voters, emotions, and race in 2008: Obama as the first black president
DP Redlawsk, CJ Tolbert, W Franko
Political Research Quarterly 63 (4), 875-889, 2010
1112010
Voters, emotions, and memory
AJW Civettini, DP Redlawsk
Political Psychology 30 (1), 125-151, 2009
912009
An experimental study of information search, memory, and decision making during a political campaign
RR Lau, DP Redlawsk
Citizens and politics: Perspectives from political psychology, 136-159, 2001
852001
Why Iowa?: how caucuses and sequential elections improve the presidential nominating process
DP Redlawsk, CJ Tolbert, T Donovan
University of Chicago Press, 2010
722010
Behavioral decision-making
DP Redlawsk, RR Lau
The Oxford handbook of political psychology, 2013
682013
Older but wiser? Effects of age on political cognition
RR Lau, DP Redlawsk
The Journal of Politics 70 (1), 168-185, 2008
612008
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