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The effects of source cues and issue frames during COVID-19
C Case, C Eddy, R Hemrajani, C Howell, D Lyons, YH Sung, EC Connors
Journal of Experimental Political Science 9 (3), 369-378, 2022
232022
Vaccine hesitancy, state bias, and Covid-19: Evidence from a survey experiment using Phase-3 results announcement by BioNTech and Pfizer
Y Kobayashi, C Howell, T Heinrich
Social Science & Medicine 282, 114115, 2021
132021
Investigating how historical legacies of militarized violence can motivate COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: evidence from global dyadic survey
Y Kobayashi, C Howell, T Heinrich, M Motta
Social Science & Medicine 311, 115346, 2022
82022
“You need to calm down”: how tone shapes political discussion
EC Connors, C Howell
Unpublished manuscript, University of Southern California, 2022
42022
Concept mapping and reading comprehension
M Wilson, C Howell, K Martin-Morales, S Park
Journal of Political Science Education 19 (3), 408-431, 2023
32023
Nd “Talking Politics in Social Settings: How Tone Matters.”
EC Connors, C Howell
Forthcoming, 0
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The Effects of Source Cues and Issue Frames During COVID-19
R Hemrajani, C Case, C Eddy, C Howell, D Lyons, YH Sung, EC Connors
2021
“You Need to Calm Down”: Heated Tones Drive Aversion to Politi-cal Discussions
EC Connors, C Howell
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