Yphtach Lelkes
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Affect, not ideology: A social identity perspective on polarization
S Iyengar, G Sood, Y Lelkes
Public opinion quarterly 76 (3), 405-431, 2012
The origins and consequences of affective polarization in the United States
S Iyengar, Y Lelkes, M Levendusky, N Malhotra, SJ Westwood
Annual review of political science 22, 129-146, 2019
Mass polarization: Manifestations and measurements
Y Lelkes
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (S1), 392-410, 2016
The hostile audience: The effect of access to broadband internet on partisan affect
Y Lelkes, G Sood, S Iyengar
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 5-20, 2017
More than Ideology: Conservative–Liberal Identity and Receptivity to Political Cues
A Malka, Y Lelkes
Social Justice Research 23 (2), 156-188, 2010
Implicit and explicit prejudice in the 2008 American presidential election
BK Payne, JA Krosnick, J Pasek, Y Lelkes, O Akhtar, T Tompson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 367-374, 2010
Do needs for security and certainty predict cultural and economic conservatism? A cross-national analysis.
A Malka, CJ Soto, M Inzlicht, Y Lelkes
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (6), 1031, 2014
The limits of partisan prejudice
Y Lelkes, SJ Westwood
The Journal of Politics 79 (2), 485-501, 2017
Are cultural and economic conservatism positively correlated? A large-scale cross-national test
A Malka, Y Lelkes, CJ Soto
British Journal of Political Science 49 (3), 1045-1069, 2019
Complete Anonymity Compromises the Accuracy of Self-Reports
Y Lelkes, JA Krosnick, DM Marx, CM Judd, B Park
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (6), 1291–1299, 2012
Determinants of turnout and candidate choice in the 2008 US presidential election: Illuminating the impact of racial prejudice and other considerations
J Pasek, A Tahk, Y Lelkes, JA Krosnick, BK Payne, O Akhtar, T Tompson
Public Opinion Quarterly 73 (5), 943-994, 2009
The association of religiosity and political conservatism: The role of political engagement
A Malka, Y Lelkes, S Srivastava, AB Cohen, DT Miller
Political Psychology 33 (2), 275-299, 2012
The nature of affective polarization: Disentangling policy disagreement from partisan identity
N Dias, Y Lelkes
American Journal of Political Science 66 (3), 775-790, 2022
Selling ourselves short? How abbreviated measures of personality change the way we think about personality and politics
BN Bakker, Y Lelkes
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1311-1325, 2018
Brevity is the soul of Twitter: The constraint affordance and political discussion
K Jaidka, A Zhou, Y Lelkes
Journal of Communication 69 (4), 345-372, 2019
Link recommendation algorithms and dynamics of polarization in online social networks
FP Santos, Y Lelkes, SA Levin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (50), e2102141118, 2021
Policy over party: comparing the effects of candidate ideology and party on affective polarization
Y Lelkes
Political Science Research and Methods 9 (1), 189-196, 2021
Affective polarization and ideological sorting: A reciprocal, albeit weak, relationship
Y Lelkes
The Forum 16 (1), 67-79, 2018
Understanding partisan cue receptivity: Tests of predictions from the bounded rationality and expressive utility perspectives
BN Bakker, Y Lelkes, A Malka
The Journal of Politics 82 (3), 1061-1077, 2020
Projecting confidence: How the probabilistic horse race confuses and demobilizes the public
SJ Westwood, S Messing, Y Lelkes
The Journal of Politics 82 (4), 1530-1544, 2020
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