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Title The affect effect : dynamics of emotion in political thinking and behavior / edited by W. Russell Neuman [and others].
Imprint Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2007.

Subject Political psychology.
Alt Name Neuman, W. Russell.
Description 1 online resource (vi, 453 pages) : illustrations
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-433) and index.
Contents Theorizing affect's effects / W. Russell Neuman [and others] -- Philosophical psychology with political intent / Michael A. Neblo -- Political cognition as social cognition : are we all political sophisticates? / Darren Schreiber -- Emotional processing and political judgment : toward integrating political psychology and decision neuroscience / Michael L. Spezio, Ralph Adolphs -- The primacy of affect in political evaluations / Dan Cassino, Milton Lodge -- The third way : the theory of affective intelligence and American democracy / Michael MacKuen [and others] -- Affective intelligence and voting : information processing and learning in a campaign / David P. Redlawsk, Andrew J.W. Civettini, Richard R. Lau -- Identities, interests, and emotions : symbolic versus material wellsprings of fear, anger, and enthusiasm / Ted Brader, Nicholas A. Valentino.
On the distinct political effects of anxiety and anger / Leonie Huddy, Stanley Feldman, Erin Cassese -- Don't give up hope : emotions, candidate appraisals, and votes / Marion R. Just, Ann N. Crigler, Todd L. Belt -- The road to public surveillance : breeching attention thresholds / Doris Graber -- Meaning, cultural symbols, and campaign strategies / David C. Leege, Kenneth D. Wald -- Testing some implications of affective intelligence theory at the aggregate level / Peter F. Nardulli, James H. Kuklinski -- Politics and the equilibrium of fear : can strategies and emotions interact? / Arthur Lupia, Jesse O. Menning -- The affect effect in the very real world of political campaigns / Dan Schnur -- Cognitive neuroscience and politics : next steps / Rose McDermott.
Summary Passion and emotion run deep in politics, but researchers have only recently begun to study how they influence our political thinking. Contending that the long-standing neglect of such feelings has left unfortunate gaps in our understanding of political behavior, The Affect Effect fills the void by providing a comprehensive overview of current research on emotion in politics and where it is likely to lead. In sixteen seamlessly integrated essays, thirty top scholars approach this topic from a broad array of angles that address four major themes. The first section outlines the philosophical and.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780226574431 (electronic bk.)
0226574431 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 309848470
Additional Format Print version: Affect effect. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2007 9780226574417 0226574415 (DLC) 2007009524 (OCoLC)85830774

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