Aaron Weinschenk
Aaron Weinschenk
Ben J. and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
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Campaigns, mobilization, and turnout in mayoral elections
TM Holbrook, AC Weinschenk
Political Research Quarterly 67 (1), 42-55, 2014
Personality traits and the sense of civic duty
AC Weinschenk
American Politics Research 42 (1), 90-113, 2014
Revisiting the political theory of party identification
AC Weinschenk
Political Behavior 32 (4), 473-494, 2010
Personality, negativity, and political participation
AC Weinschenk, C Panagopoulos
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 2 (1), 164-182, 2014
Big five personality traits, political participation, and civic engagement: Evidence from 24 countries
AC Weinschenk
Social Science Quarterly 98 (5), 1406-1421, 2017
Money, candidates, and mayoral elections
TM Holbrook, AC Weinschenk
Electoral Studies 35, 292-302, 2014
The relationship between genes, personality traits, and political interest
AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes
Political Research Quarterly 70 (3), 467-479, 2017
On the genetic basis of political orientation
CT Dawes, AC Weinschenk
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 34, 173-178, 2020
Genes, personality traits, and the sense of civic duty
AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes
American Politics Research 46 (1), 47-76, 2018
Civic education in high school and voter turnout in adulthood
AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes
British Journal of Political Science 52 (2), 934-948, 2022
Political trust in the American states
AC Weinschenk, DJ Helpap
State and Local Government Review 47 (1), 26-34, 2015
New evidence on the link between genes, psychological traits, and political engagement
AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes, C Kandler, E Bell, R Riemann
Politics and the Life Sciences 38 (1), 1-13, 2019
Bringing the President back in: The collapse of Lehman Brothers and the evolution of retrospective voting in the 2008 presidential election
TM Holbrook, C Clouse, AC Weinschenk
Political Research Quarterly 65 (2), 263-274, 2012
The effect of education on political knowledge: Evidence from monozygotic twins
AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes
American Politics Research 47 (3), 530-548, 2019
Gender and social conformity: Do men and women respond differently to social pressure to vote?
AC Weinschenk, C Panagopoulos, K Drabot, S van der Linden
Social Influence 13 (2), 53-64, 2018
The genetic and psychological underpinnings of generalized social trust
AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes
Journal of Trust Research 9 (1), 47-65, 2019
Polls and Elections: Partisanship and Voting Behavior: An Update
AC Weinschenk
Presidential Studies Quarterly 43 (3), 607-617, 2013
Presidential Swing States: Why Only Ten Matter
DW Beachler, ML Bergbower, C Cooper, DF Damore, B Van Dooren, ...
Lexington Books, 2015
The relationship between political attitudes and political participation: Evidence from monozygotic twins in the United States, Sweden, Germany, and Denmark
ASN AC Weinschenk, CT Dawes, S Oskarsson, R Klemmensen
Electoral Studies 69, 2021
’Cause you’ve got personality: Political participation and the tendency to join civic groups
A Weinschenk
SAGE Open 3 (4), 2158244013508418, 2013
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