Thomas Zeitzoff
Thomas Zeitzoff
Associate Professor, School of Public Affairs, American University
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Terrorism and Voting: The Effect of Rocket Threat on Voting in Israeli Elections
A Getmansky, T Zeitzoff
A bottom‐up theory of public opinion about foreign policy
JD Kertzer, T Zeitzoff
American journal of political science 61 (3), 543-558, 2017
How social media is changing conflict
T Zeitzoff
Journal of Conflict Resolution 61 (9), 1970-1991, 2017
Using social media to measure conflict dynamics: An application to the 2008–2009 Gaza conflict
T Zeitzoff
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (6), 938-969, 2011
The New Public Address System: Why Do World Leaders Adopt Social Media?
P Barberá, T Zeitzoff
International Studies Quarterly 62 (1), 121–130, 2018
The effects of corrective information about disease epidemics and outbreaks: Evidence from Zika and yellow fever in Brazil
JM Carey, V Chi, DJ Flynn, B Nyhan, T Zeitzoff
Science advances 6 (5), eaaw7449, 2020
Refugees, xenophobia, and domestic conflict: Evidence from a survey experiment in Turkey
A Getmansky, T Sınmazdemir, T Zeitzoff
Journal of Peace Research 55 (4), 491-507, 2018
Does social media influence conflict? Evidence from the 2012 Gaza conflict
T Zeitzoff
Journal of Conflict Resolution 62 (1), 29-63, 2018
Anger, Exposure to Violence, and Intragroup Conflict: A “Lab in the Field” Experiment in Southern Israel
T Zeitzoff
Political Psychology 35 (3), 309-335, 2014
Conspiracy and misperception belief in the Middle East and North Africa
B Nyhan, T Zeitzoff
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1400-1404, 2018
Using social media to measure foreign policy dynamics: An empirical analysis of the Iranian–Israeli confrontation (2012–13)
T Zeitzoff, J Kelly, G Lotan
Journal of Peace Research 52 (3), 368-383, 2015
Anger and support for retribution in Mexico’s drug war
O García-Ponce, LE Young, T Zeitzoff
Journal of Peace Research 60 (2), 274-290, 2023
Fighting the past: Perceptions of control, historical misperceptions, and corrective information in the Israeli‐Palestinian conflict
B Nyhan, T Zeitzoff
Political Psychology 39 (3), 611-631, 2018
Addressing violent intergroup conflict from the bottom up?
RK Ditlmann, C Samii, T Zeitzoff
Social issues and policy review 11 (1), 38-77, 2017
Vote-seeking incentives and investment environments: The need for credit claiming and the provision of protectionism
BF Crisp, NM Jensen, G Rosas, T Zeitzoff
Electoral Studies 29 (2), 221-226, 2010
A bargaining theory of conflict with evolutionary preferences
AT Little, T Zeitzoff
International Organization 71 (3), 523-557, 2017
The less Americans know about Ukraine’s location, the more they want US to intervene
K Dropp, JD Kertzer, T Zeitzoff
Washington Post 7, 2014
In the shadow of conflict: how emotions, threat perceptions and victimization influence foreign policy attitudes
A Kupatadze, T Zeitzoff
British Journal of Political Science 51 (1), 181-202, 2021
Warnings, terrorist threats and resilience: A laboratory experiment
AW Bausch, JR Faria, T Zeitzoff
Conflict Management and Peace Science 30 (5), 433-451, 2013
Anger, legacies of violence, and group conflict: An experiment in post-riot Acre, Israel
T Zeitzoff
Conflict management and peace science 35 (4), 402-423, 2018
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