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Volume 32, Number 3, June 2011

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Linking Genetics and Political Attitudes: Reconceptualizing Political Ideology
pp. 369-397(29)
Authors: Smith, Kevin B.; Oxley, Douglas R.; Hibbing, Matthew V.; Alford, John R.; Hibbing, John R.

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Regulatory Focus and Political Decision Making: When People Favor Reform Over the Status Quo
pp. 399-418(20)
Authors: Boldero, Jennifer M.; Higgins, E. Tory

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It's My Campaign I'll Cry if I Want to: How and When Campaigns Use Emotional Appeals
pp. 439-458(20)
Authors: Ridout, Travis N.; Searles, Kathleen

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God and Country: The Partisan Psychology of the Presidency, Religion, and Nation
pp. 459-484(26)
Authors: Sheets, Penelope; Domke, David S.; Greenwald, Anthony G.

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Defending the Faith(s)? Democracy and Hereditary Right in England
pp. 485-504(20)
Authors: Abell, Jackie; Stevenson, Clifford

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Partisan Ambivalence, Split-Ticket Voting, and Divided Government
pp. 505-530(26)
Author: Mulligan, Kenneth

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