Political Psychology

 

James N. Druckman and Arthur Lupia. 2016. "Preference Change in Competitive Political Environments." Annual Review of Political Science 19: 13-31.

Matthew K. Berent, Jon A. Krosnick, and Arthur Lupia. 2016. "Measuring Voter Registration and Turnout in Surveys: Do Official Government Records Yield More Accurate Assessments?" Public Opinion Quarterly (advanced access). Replication Appendix.

Arthur Lupia. 2015. "Polls Can Give People a Stronger Voice." New York Times

Peter Loewen, Arthur Lupia, and Daniel Rubenson. 2015. "What the Canadian and British Election Polls Tell Us About Donald Trump." Washington Post.

Arthur Lupia, Logan S. Casey, Kristyn L. Karl, Spencer Piston, Timothy J. Ryan and Christopher Skovron. 2015. "What Does it Take to Reduce Racial Prejudice in Individual-Level Candidate Evaluations? A Formal Theoretic Perspective." Political Science Research and Methods 3:1-20.

 

Arthur Lupia, Yanna Krupnikov and Adam Seth Levine. 2013. "Beyond Facts and Norms: How Psychological Transparency Threatens and Restores Deliberation's Legitimating Potential." Southern California Law Review 86: 459-494.  

 

Arthur Lupia. 2013. “Communicating Science in Politicized Environments.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 110 (3): 14048-14054

 

Arthur Lupia, Adam Seth Levine, and Natasha Zharinova. 2010. "Should Political Scientists Use the Self-Confirming Equilibrium Concept? Benefits, Costs and an Application to Jury Theorems." Political Analysis 18: 103-123.

 

Arthur Lupia and Jesse O. Menning. 2009. "When Can Politicians Scare Citizens into Supporting Bad Policies?" American Journal of Political Science 53 (1): 90-106

 

Markus Prior and Arthur Lupia. 2008. "Money, Time, and Political Knowledge: Distinguishing Quick Recall and Political Learning Skills." American Journal of Political Science 52 (1): 168-182.

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Arthur Lupia and Jesse Menning. 2007. "Politics and the Equilibrium of Fear: Can Strategies and Emotions Interact?" In Ann Crigler, Michael MacKuen, George E. Marcus, and W. Russell Neuman (eds.), The Affect Effect: Dynamics of Emotion in Political Thinking and Behavior. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [Book Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia. 2006. "How Elitism Undermines the Study of Voter Competence." Critical Review 18 (1–3): 217-232

 

Yanna Krupnikov, Adam Seth Levine, Markus Prior, and Arthur Lupia. 2006. "Public Ignorance and Estate Tax Repeal: The Effect of Partisan Differences and Survey Incentives." National Tax Journal 59: 425-437

 

James N. Druckman and Arthur Lupia. 2005. "Mind, Will, and Choice: Lessons from Experiments in Contextual Variation." In Charles Tilly and Robert E. Goodin, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook on Contextual Political Analysis. New York: Oxford University Press, 97-113.  [Book Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia and Mathew D. McCubbins. 2005. The Democratic Dilemma: Can Citizens Learn What They Need to Know? (Japanese translation). Tokyo: Bokutakusha. 

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Arthur Lupia. 2004. "Necessary Conditions for Improving Civic Competence." Working Paper

 

Arthur Lupia. 2004. "Questioning Our Competence: Tasks, Institutions, and the Limited Practical Relevance of Political Knowledge Measures" Manuscript

 

Arthur Lupia. 2004. "The Wrong Tack (Can Deliberation Day Improve Civic Competence?)" Legal Affairs 3:43-45

 

Arthur Lupia. 2002. "Deliberation Disconnected: What it Takes to Improve Civic Competence." Law and Contemporary Problems 65: 133-150

 

Arthur Lupia. 2002. "Who Can Persuade Whom? Implications from the Nexus of Psychology and Rational Choice Theory." In James H. Kuklinski (ed.) Thinking About Political Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press, 51-88. [Book Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia. 2001. "Dumber than Chimps? An Assessment of Direct Democracy Voters." In Larry J. Sabato, Bruce Larson, and Howard Ernst (eds.) Dangerous Democracy? The Battle Over Ballot Initiatives in America. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 66-70.  [Book Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia and Richard Johnston. 2001. "Are Voters to Blame? Voter Competence and Elite Maneuvers in Public Referendums." In Matthew Mendelsohn and Andrew Parkin (eds.) Referendum Democracy: Citizens, Elites, and Deliberation in Referendum Campaigns. Toronto: MacMillan/St. Martin's Press, 191-210. [Book Available Here]

 

James N. Druckman and Arthur Lupia. 2000. "Preference Formation." Annual Review of Political Science 3: 1-24

 

Arthur Lupia, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Samuel L. Popkin (eds.). 2000. Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice, and the Bounds of Rationality. New York: Cambridge University Press

 

Arthur Lupia, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Samuel L. Popkin. 2000. "Incorporating Reason into the Study of Politics." In Arthur Lupia, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Samuel L. Popkin (eds.) Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice, and the Bounds of Rationality. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1-20. [Book Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Samuel L. Popkin. 2000. "Constructing a Theory of Reasoning." In Arthur Lupia, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Samuel L. Popkin (eds.) Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice, and the Bounds of Rationality. New York: Cambridge University Press, 287-290. [Book Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia and Mathew D. McCubbins. 1998. The Democratic Dilemma: Can Citizens Learn What They Need to Know? New York: Cambridge University Press[Data Available Here]

 

Arthur Lupia. 1994. "Shortcuts Versus Encyclopedias: Information and Voting Behavior in California Insurance Reform Elections." American Political Science Review 88 (1): 63-76

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