Todd K Hartman
Todd K Hartman
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Social Science
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TitleCited byYear
Foreign Language Exposure, Cultural Threat, and Opposition to Immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, CS Taber
Political Psychology 33 (5), 635-657, 2012
1212012
Who said what? The effects of source cues in issue frames
TK Hartman, CR Weber
Political Behavior 31 (4), 537-558, 2009
662009
Are Citizens “Receiving the Treatment”? Assessing a Key Link in Contextual Theories of Public Opinion and Political Behavior
BJ Newman, Y Valez, TK Hartman, A Bankert
Political Psychology 36 (1), 123-131, 2015
522015
Decoding Prejudice Toward Hispanics: Group Cues and Public Reactions to Threatening Immigrant Behavior
TK Hartman, BJ Newman, CS Bell
Political Behavior 36 (1), 143-163, 2014
512014
Motivated reasoning, political sophistication, and associations between President Obama and Islam
TK Hartman, AJ Newmark
PS: Political Science and Politics 45 (3), 449-455, 2012
482012
Easing the Heavy Hand: Humanitarian Concern, Empathy, and Opinion on Immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, S Feldman, PL Lown
British Journal of Political Science 45 (3), 583-607, 2015
422015
Socially Mediated Internet Surveys: Recruiting Participants for Online Experiments
EC Cassese, L Huddy, TK Hartman, L Mason, CR Weber
PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (4), 775-784, 2013
332013
Toll booths on the information superhighway? Policy metaphors in the case of Net Neutrality
TK Hartman
Political Communication 29 (3), 278-298, 2012
262012
Conditional Race Disparities in Criminal Sentencing: A Test of the Liberation Hypothesis from a Non-Guidelines State
R Hester, TK Hartman
Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 2016
242016
Social dominance and the cultural politics of immigration
BJ Newman, TK Hartman, CS Taber
Political Psychology 35 (2), 165-186, 2014
192014
Mass shootings and public support for gun control
BJ Newman, TK Hartman
British Journal of Political Science, 1-27, 2017
162017
Scotland’s Electoral Geography Differed from the Rest of Britain’s in 2017 (and 2015)–Exploring its Contours
R Johnston, C Pattie, T Hartman, D Manley, D Rossiter, K Jones
Scottish Geographical Journal 134 (1-2), 24-38, 2018
92018
Incumbent parties, incumbent MPs and the effectiveness of constituency campaigns: Evidence from the 2015 UK general election
C Pattie, T Hartman, R Johnston
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 19 (4), 824-841, 2017
72017
Coming full circle: the 2017 UK general election and the changing electoral map
R Johnston, D Rossiter, D Manley, C Pattie, T Hartman, K Jones
The Geographical Journal 184 (1), 100-108, 2018
62018
Tax preferences, fiscal transparency, and the meaning of welfare: An experimental study
L Stanley, TK Hartman
Political Studies 66 (4), 830-850, 2018
5*2018
The influence of public opinion polls on issue preferences
M Ragozzino, T Hartman
Available at SSRN 2532324, 2014
52014
The effects of policy metaphors on political attitudes
TK Hartman
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK, 2009
42009
Talking the gun out of Irish politics: Framing the peace process
TK Hartman
San Francisco State University, 2003
42003
Exploring constituency-level estimates for the 2017 British general election
R Johnston, D Rossiter, T Hartman, C Pattie, D Manley, K Jones
International Journal of Market Research 60 (5), 463-483, 2018
22018
Learning on the job? Adapting party campaign strategy to changing information on the local political context
TK Hartman, C Pattie, R Johnston
Electoral Studies 49, 128-135, 2017
22017
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