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Explaining Information Effects in Collective Preferences
Unformatted Document Text:  Krosnick, Jon. A., and Laura A. Brannon. 1993. The impact of the Gulf War on the ingredients of presidential evaluations: Multidimensional effects of political involvement. American Political Science Review 87 (4):963-975. Lau, Richard R., and David P. Redlawsk. 2001. Advantages and disadvantages of cognitive heuristics in political decision making. American Journal of Political Science 45 (4):951-971. Lazarsfeld, Paul, Bernard Berelson, and Helen Gaudet. 1948. The People’s Choice: How the Voter Makes Up His Mind in a Presidential Campaign. 2nd ed. New York: Columbia University Press. Lazarsfeld, Paul F., and Robert K. Merton. 1948. Mass communication, popular taste and organized social action. In The communication of ideas, a series of addresses, edited by L. Bryson. New York: Harper and Brothers. Lessler, Judith T., and Barbara H. Forsyth. 1996. A coding system for appraising questionnaires. In Answering questions: Methodology for determining cognitive and communicative processes in survey research, edited by N. Schwarz and S. Sudman. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Lichter, S. Robert, Stanley Rothman, and Linda Lichter. 1986. The Media Elite: America’s New Powerbrokers. New York: Hastings House. Lockerbie, Brad. 1991. The influence of levels of information on the use of prospective evaluations. Political Behavior 13 (3 [September]):223-35. Lodge, Milton, Kathleen M. McGraw, and Patrick Stroh. 1989. An impression-driven model of candidate evaluation. American Political Science Review 83 (2 [June]):399-419. Lodge, Milton, Marco R. Steenbergen, and Shawn Brau. 1995. The responsive voter: Campaign information and the dynamics of candidate evaluation. American Political Science Review 89 (2 [June]):309-326. Lupia, Arthur, and Mathew D. McCubbins. 1998. The democratic dilemma: Can citizens learn what they need to know? New York: Cambridge University Press. Luskin, Robert C. 1990. Explaining political sophistication. Political Behavior 12 (4):331-61. MacKuen, Michael. 1990. Speaking of politics: Individual conversational choice, public opinion, and the prospects for deliberative democracy. In Information and Democratic Processes,edited by J. A. Ferejohn and J. H. Kuklinski. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. Mayer, William G. 1993. The changing American mind: How and why American public opinion changed between 1960 and 1988. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. McGraw, Kathleen M., and Neil Pinney. 1990. The effects of general and domain-specific expertise on political memory and judgment. Social Cognition 8 (1):9-30. Meyers, Marian J. 1994. Defining homosexuality: News coverage of the repeal the ban controversy. Discourse & Society 5 (3):321-344. Miller, Joanne M., and Jon A. Krosnick. 1996. News media impact on the ingredients of presidential evaluations: A program of research on the priming hypothesis. In Political persuasion and attitude change, edited by D. C. Mutz, P. M. Sniderman and R. A. Brody. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Narayan, Sowmya, and Jon A. Krosnick. 1996. Education moderates some response effects in attitude measurement. Public Opinion Quarterly 60 (1):58-88. Nelson, Thomas E., and Donald R. Kinder. 1996. Issue frames and group-centrism in American public opinion. Journal of Politics 58 (4):1055-1078. Neuman, W. Russell. 1986. The paradox of mass politics: Knowledge and opinion in the American electorate. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

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Krosnick, Jon. A., and Laura A. Brannon. 1993. The impact of the Gulf War on the ingredients
of presidential evaluations: Multidimensional effects of political involvement. American
Political Science Review
87 (4):963-975.
Lau, Richard R., and David P. Redlawsk. 2001. Advantages and disadvantages of cognitive
heuristics in political decision making. American Journal of Political Science 45 (4):951-
971.
Lazarsfeld, Paul, Bernard Berelson, and Helen Gaudet. 1948. The People’s Choice: How the
Voter Makes Up His Mind in a Presidential Campaign. 2nd ed. New York: Columbia
University Press.
Lazarsfeld, Paul F., and Robert K. Merton. 1948. Mass communication, popular taste and
organized social action. In The communication of ideas, a series of addresses, edited by
L. Bryson. New York: Harper and Brothers.
Lessler, Judith T., and Barbara H. Forsyth. 1996. A coding system for appraising questionnaires.
In Answering questions: Methodology for determining cognitive and communicative
processes in survey research
, edited by N. Schwarz and S. Sudman. San Francisco, CA:
Jossey-Bass.
Lichter, S. Robert, Stanley Rothman, and Linda Lichter. 1986. The Media Elite: America’s New
Powerbrokers. New York: Hastings House.
Lockerbie, Brad. 1991. The influence of levels of information on the use of prospective
evaluations. Political Behavior 13 (3 [September]):223-35.
Lodge, Milton, Kathleen M. McGraw, and Patrick Stroh. 1989. An impression-driven model of
candidate evaluation. American Political Science Review 83 (2 [June]):399-419.
Lodge, Milton, Marco R. Steenbergen, and Shawn Brau. 1995. The responsive voter: Campaign
information and the dynamics of candidate evaluation. American Political Science Review
89 (2 [June]):309-326.
Lupia, Arthur, and Mathew D. McCubbins. 1998. The democratic dilemma: Can citizens learn
what they need to know? New York: Cambridge University Press.
Luskin, Robert C. 1990. Explaining political sophistication. Political Behavior 12 (4):331-61.
MacKuen, Michael. 1990. Speaking of politics: Individual conversational choice, public opinion,
and the prospects for deliberative democracy. In Information and Democratic Processes,
edited by J. A. Ferejohn and J. H. Kuklinski. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Mayer, William G. 1993. The changing American mind: How and why American public opinion
changed between 1960 and 1988. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
McGraw, Kathleen M., and Neil Pinney. 1990. The effects of general and domain-specific
expertise on political memory and judgment. Social Cognition 8 (1):9-30.
Meyers, Marian J. 1994. Defining homosexuality: News coverage of the repeal the ban
controversy. Discourse & Society 5 (3):321-344.
Miller, Joanne M., and Jon A. Krosnick. 1996. News media impact on the ingredients of
presidential evaluations: A program of research on the priming hypothesis. In Political
persuasion and attitude change
, edited by D. C. Mutz, P. M. Sniderman and R. A. Brody.
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Narayan, Sowmya, and Jon A. Krosnick. 1996. Education moderates some response effects in
attitude measurement. Public Opinion Quarterly 60 (1):58-88.
Nelson, Thomas E., and Donald R. Kinder. 1996. Issue frames and group-centrism in American
public opinion. Journal of Politics 58 (4):1055-1078.
Neuman, W. Russell. 1986. The paradox of mass politics: Knowledge and opinion in the
American electorate. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.


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