Patrick Lown
TitleCited byYear
False consciousness or class awareness? Local income inequality, personal economic position, and belief in American meritocracy
BJ Newman, CD Johnston, PL Lown
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 326-340, 2015
1122015
Easing the heavy hand: Humanitarian concern, empathy, and opinion on immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, PL Lown, S Feldman
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 583-607, 2015
462015
The “Daily Grind” Work, Commuting, and Their Impact on Political Participation
BJ Newman, J Johnson, PL Lown
American Politics Research 42 (1), 141-170, 2014
212014
Compassionate policy support: The interplay of empathy and ideology
S Feldman, L Huddy, J Wronski, P Lown
Working paper, Stony Brook University. http://stanleyfeldman. site44. com …, 2017
92017
The interplay of empathy and individualism in support for social welfare policies
S Feldman, L Huddy, J Wronski, P Lown
Political Psychology, 2019
62019
When empathy succeeds and fails: Public support for social welfare policies
S Feldman, L Huddy, J Wronski, P Lown
New York area political psychology workshop, 2015
32015
Understanding social mobility, economic environment, and their effects on social policy attitudes
P Lown
The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 2015
22015
A Recipe for Violence?: Authoritarianism, Right-Wing Appeals, and Empathy Regulation
P Lown, RS Gutting
2018
False Consciousness or Class Awareness? Local Income Inequality, Personal Economic Position, and Belief in American Meritocracy (vol 59, pg 326, 2015)
BJ Newman, CD Johnston, PL Lown
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 60 (3), 805-806, 2016
2016
Easing the Heavy Hand
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, S Feldman, PL Lown
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–10