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Exposure to Mediated Political Conflict: Effects of Civility of Interaction on Arousal and Memory
Unformatted Document Text:  13 REFERENCES Brady, David W. and Sean M. Theriault. 2001. A Reassessment of Who’s to Blame: A Positive Case for the Public Evaluation of Congress. In What Is It About Government that Americans Dislike?, eds. John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. New York: Cambridge University Press. Brown, P. and S.C. Levinson. 1987. Politeness: Some Universals in Language Usage. Cambridge University Press. Cappella, Joseph N. and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. 1997. Spiral of Cynicism. New York: Oxford University Press. Christianson, S.A. 1986. Effects of positive emotional events on memory. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 27: 287-99. Christianson, S.A., Nilsson, L.G., Mjorndal, T., Perris, C., and G. Tjellden.1986. Psychological versus physiological determinants of emotional arousal and its relationship to laboratory-induced amnesia. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 27: 300-10. Detterman, D.K., and N.R Ellis. 1972. Determinants of induced amnesia in short term memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology 95: 308-16. Durr, R.H., J.B. Gilmour, and C. Wolbrecht. 1997. Explaining Congressional Approval. American Journal of Political Science 41: 175-207. Elving, Ronald D. 1994. Brighter Lights, Wider Windows: Presenting Congress in the 1990s. In Congress, the Press, and the Public, eds. Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute and The Brookings Institution. Emerson, R.W. 1983. Emerson: Essays and Lectures. J. Porte (Ed.), New York: Library of America. Fallows, J. 1996. Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy. New York: Pantheon. Funk, Carolyn L. 2001. Process Performance: Public Reaction to Legislative Policy Debate. In What Is It About Government that Americans Dislike?, eds. John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. New York: Cambridge University Press. Hibbing, John R. and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. 1995. Congress as Public Enemy. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Hibbing, John R. and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. 1998. Process Space and American Politics: What the People Want Government to Be. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, September 3-6. Boston, MA. Kakutani, Michiko. 2000. Polarization of National Dialogue Mirrors Extremists of Left and Right. New York Times, Sunday, November 26. National section, p. 27. Kingwell, M. 1995. A Civil Tongue: Justice, Dialogue and the Politics of Pluralism. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

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REFERENCES

Brady, David W. and Sean M. Theriault. 2001. A Reassessment of Who’s to Blame: A Positive Case for the
Public Evaluation of Congress. In What Is It About Government that Americans Dislike?, eds. John R.
Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Brown, P. and S.C. Levinson. 1987. Politeness: Some Universals in Language Usage. Cambridge
University Press.

Cappella, Joseph N. and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. 1997. Spiral of Cynicism. New York: Oxford University
Press.

Christianson, S.A. 1986. Effects of positive emotional events on memory. Scandinavian Journal of
Psychology 27: 287-99.

Christianson, S.A., Nilsson, L.G., Mjorndal, T., Perris, C., and G. Tjellden.1986. Psychological versus
physiological determinants of emotional arousal and its relationship to laboratory-induced amnesia.
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 27: 300-10.

Detterman, D.K., and N.R Ellis. 1972. Determinants of induced amnesia in short term memory. Journal of
Experimental Psychology 95: 308-16.

Durr, R.H., J.B. Gilmour, and C. Wolbrecht. 1997. Explaining Congressional Approval. American Journal
of Political Science 41: 175-207.

Elving, Ronald D. 1994. Brighter Lights, Wider Windows: Presenting Congress in the 1990s. In Congress,
the Press, and the Public, eds. Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein. Washington, DC: American
Enterprise Institute and The Brookings Institution.

Emerson, R.W. 1983. Emerson: Essays and Lectures. J. Porte (Ed.), New York: Library of America.

Fallows, J. 1996. Breaking the News: How the Media Undermine American Democracy. New York:
Pantheon.

Funk, Carolyn L. 2001. Process Performance: Public Reaction to Legislative Policy Debate. In What Is It
About Government that Americans Dislike?, eds. John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. New
York: Cambridge University Press.

Hibbing, John R. and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. 1995. Congress as Public Enemy. Cambridge: Cambridge
University.

Hibbing, John R. and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. 1998. Process Space and American Politics: What the
People Want Government to Be. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political
Science Association, September 3-6. Boston, MA.

Kakutani, Michiko. 2000. Polarization of National Dialogue Mirrors Extremists of Left and Right. New York
Times, Sunday, November 26. National section, p. 27.

Kingwell, M. 1995. A Civil Tongue: Justice, Dialogue and the Politics of Pluralism. University Park, PA:
Pennsylvania State University Press.


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