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Tessa Ditonto
Tessa Ditonto
Associate Professor of Political Science, Durham University
Verified email at durham.ac.uk - Homepage
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Gender stereotypes, information search, and voting behavior in political campaigns
TM Ditonto, AJ Hamilton, DP Redlawsk
Political Behavior 36 (2), 335-358, 2014
1512014
Mitigating gender bias in student evaluations of teaching
DAM Peterson, LA Biederman, D Andersen, TM Ditonto, K Roe
PloS one 14 (5), e0216241, 2019
1052019
A high bar or a double standard? Gender, competence, and information in political campaigns
T Ditonto
Political Behavior 39 (2), 301-325, 2017
972017
AMPing racial attitudes: Comparing the power of explicit and implicit racism measures in 2008
TM Ditonto, RR Lau, DO Sears
Political Psychology 34 (4), 487-510, 2013
892013
Effect of media environment diversity and advertising tone on information search, selective exposure, and affective polarization
RR Lau, DJ Andersen, TM Ditonto, MS Kleinberg, DP Redlawsk
Political Behavior 39 (1), 231-255, 2017
682017
Measuring Voter Decision Strategies in Political Behavior and Public Opinion Research (vol 82, pg 909, 2018)
RR Lau, MS Kleinberg, TM Ditonto
PUBLIC OPINION QUARTERLY 82 (4), 793-793, 2018
39*2018
Direct and indirect effects of prejudice: Sexism, information, and voting behavior in political campaigns
T Ditonto
Politics, Groups, and Identities 7 (3), 590-609, 2019
232019
A face fit for office? Appearance-based competence inferences in high-information environments
T Ditonto
Electoral Studies, 2018
132018
Two’sa Crowd: Women Candidates in Concurrent Elections
T Ditonto, DJ Andersen
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 39 (3), 257-284, 2018
122018
Information and its presentation: Treatment effects in low-information vs. high-information experiments
DJ Andersen, T Ditonto
Political Analysis 26 (4), 379-398, 2018
112018
April,“The outsider and the presidency: Framing Clinton and Obama in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary race”
T Ditonto
annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, 2009
10*2009
The importance of candidate sex and partisan preference over time: A multi-day study of voter decision-making
DJ Andersen, T DiTonto
Journal of Politics, 2020
92020
Differences in appearance-based trait inferences for male and female political candidates
T Ditonto, K Mattes
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 39 (4), 430-450, 2018
72018
The mediating role of information search in the relationship between prejudice and voting behavior
T Ditonto
Political Psychology 41 (1), 71-88, 2020
42020
Candidate Competence: Is There a Double Standard?
T Ditonto
Footnotes, September 13, 2016
32016
The effects of candidate appearance on information search and political behavior during political campaigns
TM Ditonto
Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ, 2013
32013
Testing the validity of mechanical turk data beyond simple one-shot experiments
MS Kleinberg, RR Lau, TM Ditonto, DJ Andersen
110th annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2014
22014
(Working Toward) Affective Transfer in the Real World
TM DITONTO, RR Lau
The Feeling, Thinking Citizen: Essays in Honor of Milton Lodge, 229, 2018
12018
How negative ads from diverse right-wing media makes conservative voters dislike Democratic candidates even more
R Lau, D Andersen, T Ditonto, M Kleinberg, D Redlawsk
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
12017
Gender stereotypes mean that voters look for more information on women candidates’ competence than they do for men
T Ditonto, A Hamilton, D Redlawsk
LSE American Politics and Policy (USAPP) Blog, 2013
12013
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