Patrick R. Miller
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The emotional citizen: Emotion as a function of political sophistication
PR Miller
Political Psychology 32 (4), 575-600, 2011
Red and blue states of mind: Partisan hostility and voting in the United States
PR Miller, PJ Conover
Political Research Quarterly 68 (2), 225-239, 2015
Talking politics on Facebook: Network centrality and political discussion practices in social media
PR Miller, PS Bobkowski, D Maliniak, RB Rapoport
Political Research Quarterly 68 (2), 377-391, 2015
Challenged expectations: mere exposure effects on attitudes about transgender people and rights
AR Flores, DP Haider‐Markel, DC Lewis, PR Miller, BL Tadlock, JK Taylor
Political Psychology 39 (1), 197-216, 2018
Degrees of acceptance: Variation in public attitudes toward segments of the LGBT community
DC Lewis, AR Flores, DP Haider-Markel, PR Miller, BL Tadlock, JK Taylor
Political Research Quarterly 70 (4), 861-875, 2017
Transgender politics as body politics: effects of disgust sensitivity and authoritarianism on transgender rights attitudes
PR Miller, AR Flores, DP Haider-Markel, DC Lewis, BL Tadlock, JK Taylor
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (1), 4-24, 2017
Testing contact theory and attitudes on transgender rights
BL Tadlock, AR Flores, DP Haider-Markel, DC Lewis, PR Miller, JK Taylor
Public Opinion Quarterly 81 (4), 956-972, 2017
Bringing “T” to the table: Understanding individual support of transgender candidates for public office
D Haider-Markel, PR Miller, A Flores, DC Lewis, B Tadlock, J Taylor
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (3), 399-417, 2017
Transgender prejudice reduction and opinions on transgender rights: Results from a mediation analysis on experimental data
AR Flores, DP Haider-Markel, DC Lewis, PR Miller, BL Tadlock, JK Taylor
Research & Politics 5 (1), 2053168018764945, 2018
Civic implications of secondary school journalism: Associations with voting propensity and community volunteering
PS Bobkowski, PR Miller
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 93 (3), 530-550, 2016
Feature Article IRB Chairs' Perspectives on Genotype-Driven Research Recruitment
LM Beskow, EE Namey, PR Miller, DK Nelson, A Cooper
IRB: Ethics & Human Research, 2012
Why Partisan Warriors Don’t Listen: The Gendered Dynamics of Intergroup Anxiety and Partisan Conflict
PR Miller, PJ Conover
Politics, Groups, and Identities 3, 21-39, 2015
From Respondents to Networks: Bridging Between Individuals, Discussants, and the Network in the Study of Political Discussion
MT Pietryka, JL Reilly, DM Maliniak, PR Miller, R Huckfeldt, RB Rapoport
Political Behavior 40 (3), 711-735, 2018
Equality or Transformation? LGBT Political Attitudes and Priorities and the Implications for
DP Haider-Markel, PR Miller
LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader, 270, 2017
Taking Everyday Political Talk Seriously
PJ Conover, PR Miller
The Oxford Handbook of Deliberative Democracy, 378, 2018
How Republicans Won on Voter Identification Laws: The Roles of Strategic Reasoning and Moral Conviction
PJ Conover, PR Miller
Social Science Quarterly 99 (2), 490-511, 2018
Who Are the “Journalism Kids”? Academic Predictors of Journalism Participation in Secondary Schools
PS Bobkowski, SB Cavanah, PR Miller
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 72 (1), 68-82, 2017
Public Attitudes on Transgender Military Service: The Role of Gender
DC Lewis, BL Tadlock, AR Flores, DP Haider-Markel, PR Miller, JK Taylor
Armed Forces & Society, 0095327X19861737, 2019
The Factors Underlying Public Opinion on Transgender Rights
BT Taylor, Jami K., Daniel C. Lewis, Donald P. Haider-Markel, Andrew Flores ...
The Remarkable Rise of Transgender Rights, 107-127, 2018
Morality Politics and New Research on Transgender Politics and Public Policy
D Haider-Markel, J Taylor, A Flores, D Lewis, P Miller, B Tadlock
The Forum 17 (1), 159-181, 2019
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