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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 36, Number 1, 1 February 2015

What Can Political Psychology Learn from Implicit Measures? Empirical Evidence and New Directions
pp. 1-17(17)
Authors: Gawronski, Bertram; Galdi, Silvia; Arcuri, Luciano

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Personality Dispositions and Political Preferences Across Hard and Easy Issues
pp. 35-53(19)
Authors: Johnston, Christopher D.; Wronski, Julie

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Personality, Childhood Experience, and Political Ideology
pp. 55-73(19)
Authors: De Neve, Jan‐Emmanuel

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A Sense of Powerlessness Fosters System Justification: Implications for the Legitimation of Authority, Hierarchy, and Government
pp. 93-110(18)
Authors: Toorn, Jojanneke; Feinberg, Matthew; Jost, John T.; Kay, Aaron C.; Tyler, Tom R.; Willer, Robb; Wilmuth, Caroline

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Predicting Political Biases Against the Occupy Wall Street and Tea Party Movements
pp. 111-121(11)
Authors: Crawford, Jarret T.; Xhambazi, Eneda

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Are Citizens “Receiving the Treatment”? Assessing a Key Link in Contextual Theories of Public Opinion and Political Behavior
pp. 123-131(9)
Authors: Newman, Benjamin J.; Velez, Yamil; Hartman, Todd K.; Bankert, Alexa

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Political Leadership: New Perspectives and Approaches
pp. 133-137(5)
Author: Daléus, Pär

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