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Editor's Introduction: Reflections on Response Latency Measurement in Telephone Surveys
Bassili, John N.
Measuring Associative Strength: Category-Item Associations and Their Activation from Memory
Fazio, Russell H.; Williams, Carol J.; Powell, Martha C.
Two-Timing: Politics and Response Latencies in a Bilingual Survey
Fletcher, Joseph F.
Political Consequences of Inconsistency: The Accessibility and Stability of Abortion Attitudes
Huckfeldt, Robert; Sprague, John
On the Relationship Between Attitude Involvement and Attitude Accessibility: Toward a Cognitive-Motivational Model of Political Information Processing
Lavine, Howard; Borgida, Eugene; Sullivan, John L.
Do Strength-Related Attitude Properties Determine Susceptibility to Response Effects? New Evidence From Response Latency, Attitude Extremity, and Aggregate Indices
Bassili, John N.; Krosnick, Jon A.
Editor's Introduction to the Millennium Series
Borgida, Eugene; Rahn, Wendy; Sullivan, John L.
Mass Response to the Lewinsky Scandal: Motivated Reasoning or BayesianUpdating?
Popular Politics and the Clinton/Lewinsky Affair: The Implications for Leadership
Leadership Image-Building: After Clinton and Watergate
Just, Marion; Crigler, Ann
Political Leadership as Social Capital: Governing in a Divided National Culture
Renshon, Stanley A.
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