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The positive case for negative campaigning
K Mattes, DP Redlawsk
The Positive Case for Negative Campaigning, 2015
1532015
Predicting election outcomes from positive and negative trait assessments of candidate images
K Mattes, M Spezio, H Kim, A Todorov, R Adolphs, RM Alvarez
Political Psychology 31 (1), 41-58, 2010
1532010
A neural basis for the effect of candidate appearance on election outcomes
ML Spezio, A Rangel, RM Alvarez, JP O’Doherty, K Mattes, A Todorov, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 3 (4), 344-352, 2008
1182008
Nomination processes and policy outcomes
MO Jackson, L Mathevet, K Mattes
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2 (1), 67-92, 2007
772007
Pretty faces, marginal races: Predicting election outcomes using trait assessments of British parliamentary candidates
K Mattes, C Milazzo
Electoral studies 34, 177-189, 2014
742014
Thin‐slice decisions do not need faces to be predictive of election outcomes
ML Spezio, L Loesch, F Gosselin, K Mattes, RM Alvarez
Political Psychology 33 (3), 331-341, 2012
602012
Looking good for election day: Does attractiveness predict electoral success in Britain?
C Milazzo, K Mattes
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18 (1), 161-178, 2016
382016
Donald Trump, contempt, and the 2016 GOP Iowa caucuses
DP Redlawsk, IJ Roseman, K Mattes, S Katz
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (2), 173-189, 2018
262018
It's a mad, mad world: Using emotion inductions in a survey
K Searles, K Mattes
Journal of Experimental Political Science 2 (2), 172-182, 2015
232015
Contempt and anger in the 2016 US presidential election
K Mattes, IJ Roseman, DP Redlawsk, S Katz
Conventional wisdom, parties, and broken barriers in the 2016 election, 101-114, 2018
192018
Reprehensible, laughable: The role of contempt in negative campaigning
IJ Roseman, K Mattes, DP Redlawsk, S Katz
American Politics Research 48 (1), 44-77, 2020
162020
Attack politics: who goes negative and why?
K Mattes
California Institute of Technology, 2006
132006
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
82018
What Happens when a Candidate Doesn’t Bark?“Cursed” Voters and Their Impact on Campaign Discourse
K Mattes
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 369-382, 2012
82012
Voluntary exposure to political fact checks
K Mattes, DP Redlawsk
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 97 (4), 913-935, 2020
62020
Losers, Liars, and Low-Energy Individuals: Examining Contempt and Anger as Factors in Candidate Evaluation
DP Redlawsk, IJ Roseman, K Mattes, S Katz
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia …, 2016
62016
Specific emotions in negative campaigning: A role for contempt
DP Redlawsk, IJ Roseman, K Mattes, S Katz
Annual Meeting, International Society of Political Psychology, San Diego, CA, 2015
62015
Deception Detection in Politics: Can Voters Tell When Politicians are Lying?
K Mattes, V Popova, JR Evans
Political Behavior, 1-24, 2021
32021
Losers, liars, and low-energy individuals: The role of contempt in negative campaigning
DP Redlawsk, IJ Roseman, K Mattes, S Katz
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2017
32017
Democracy and corruption: Invisible hand or iron fist
J Kunicová, K Mattes
Unpublished manuscript, 2006
32006
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