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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 41, Number 1, 1 February 2020

Moral Obstinacy in Political Negotiations
pp. 3-20(18)
Authors: Delton, Andrew W.; DeScioli, Peter; Ryan, Timothy J.

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They Might Be a Liar But They’re My Liar: Source Evaluation and the Prevalence of Misinformation
pp. 21-34(14)
Authors: Swire‐Thompson, Briony; Ecker, Ullrich K. H.; Lewandowsky, Stephan; Berinsky, Adam J.

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Political Consequences of Partisan Prejudice
pp. 35-51(17)
Author: Shafranek, Richard M.

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Framing Political Risks: Individual Differences and Loss Aversion in Personal and Political Situations
pp. 53-70(18)
Authors: Osmundsen, Mathias; Petersen, Michael Bang

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Tracing the Gender Gap in Political Interest Over the Life Span: A Panel Analysis
pp. 89-106(18)
Authors: Fraile, Marta; Sánchez‐Vítores, Irene

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‘Pissed Off and Confused’/‘Grateful and (Re)Moved’: Affect, Privilege and National Commemoration in Aotearoa New Zealand
pp. 129-144(16)
Authors: McConville, Alex; Wetherell, Margaret; McCreanor, Tim; Borell, Belinda; Moewaka Barnes, Helen

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Does Partisan Bias Modulate Neural Processing of Political Information? An Analysis of the Neural Correlates of Corruption and Positive Messages
pp. 145-164(20)
Authors: Casado‐Aranda, Luis‐Alberto; Venkatraman, Vinod; Sánchez‐Fernández, Juan; Luque‐Martínez, Teodoro

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Follow Your Heart: Could Psychophysiology Be Associated with Political Discussion Network Homogeneity?
pp. 165-187(23)
Authors: Carlson, Taylor N.; McClean, Charles T.; Settle, Jaime E.

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