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Prof. James N. Druckman

Department of Political Science

Northwestern University, USA

Professor


Email: druckman@northwestern.edu


Qualifications

1999 Ph.D., University of California, Political Science

1997 M.A., University of California, Political Science

1993 B.A., Northwestern University, Social Sciences and Political Science


Publications (selected)

  1. Who Governs? Presidents, Public Opinion, and Manipulation, with Lawrence R. Jacobs, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015.

  2. “Citizens’, Scientists’, and Legislators’ Beliefs about Global Climate Change,” with Toby Bolsen, and Fay Lomax Cook, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658: 271-295, 2015.

  3. “Merging Research and Undergraduate Teaching in Political Behavior Research,” PS: Political Science & Politics 48: 53-57, 2015.

  4. “Communication and Collective Actions: A Survey Experiment on Motivating Energy Conservation in the U.S.,” with Toby Bolsen, and Fay Lomax Cook, Journal of Experimental Political Science 1: 24-38, 2014.

  5. “Pathologies of Studying Public Opinion, Political Communication, and Democratic Responsiveness,” Political Communication 31: 467-492, 2014.

  6. How Elite Partisan Polarization Affects Public Opinion Formation, with Erik Peterson, and Rune Slothuus, American Political Science Review 170: 57-79, 2013.

  7. Counter-Framing Effects, with Dennis Chong, The Journal of Politics 75: 1-16, 2013.
  8. Learning More from Political Communication Experiments: Pretreatment and Its Effects, with Thomas J. Leeper, American Journal of Political Science 56: 875-896, 2012.
  9. Is Public Opinion Stable?: Resolving the Micro/Macro Disconnect in Studies of Public Opinion, with Thomas J. Leeper, Daedalus 141: 50-68, 2012.
  10. The Politics of Motivation, Critical Review: A Journal of Politics and Society 24: 199-216, 2012.
  11. A Source of Bias in Public Opinion Stability, with Jordan Fein, and Thomas J. Leeper, American Political Science Review 106: 430-454, 2012.
  12. Experimenting with Politics, with Arthur Lupia, Science 335: 1177-1179, 2012.
  13. Framing, Motivated Reasoning, and Opinions about Emergent Technologies, with Toby Bolsen, Journal of Communication 61: 659-688, 2011.
  14. Dynamic Public Opinion: Communication Effects Over Time, with Dennis Chong, American Political Science Review 104: 663-680, 2010.
  15. Issue Engagement on Congressional Candidate Websites (2002-2006), with Cari Lynn Hennessy, Martin J. Kifer, and Michael Parkin, Social Science Computer Review 28: 3-23, 2010.
  16. Timeless Strategy Meets New Medium: Going Negative on Congressional Campaign Websites, 2002-2006, with Martin J. Kifer, and Michael Parkin, Political Communication 27: 88-103, 2010.
  17. Competing Rhetoric Over Time: Frames Versus Cues, with Cari Lynn Hennessy, Kristi St. Charles, and Jonathan Weber, The Journal of Politics 72: 136-148, 2010.
  18. The Unmet Potential of Interdisciplinary Research: Political Psychological Approaches to Voting and Public Opinion, with James H. Kuklinski, and Lee Sigelman, Political Behavior 31: 485-510, 2009.
  19. Campaign Communications in U.S. Congressional Elections, with Martin J. Kifer, and Michael Parkin, American Political Science Review 103: 343-366, 2009.
  20. Emotion and the Framing of Risky Choice, with Rose McDermott, Political Behavior 30: 297-321, 2008.
  21. Campaign Mixed-Message Flows and Timing of Vote Decision, with Lilach Nir, International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20: 326-346, 2008.
  22. Measuring Portfolio Salience in Eastern European Parliamentary Democracies, with Andrew Roberts, European Journal of Political Research 47: 101-134, 2008.
  23. Framing Public Opinion in Competitive Democracies, with Dennis Chong, American Political Science Review 101: 637-655, 2007.
  24. The Technological Development of Candidate Websites: How and Why Candidates Use Web Innovations, with Martin J. Kifer, and Michael Parkin, Social Science Computer Review 25, 425-442, 2007.
  25. Public Opinion Research and Support for the Iraq War, with Adam J. Berinsky, Public Opinion Quarterly 71: 126-141, 2007.


Profile Details

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Last updated: 2015-7-7