Masha Krupenkin
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The strengthening of partisan affect
S Iyengar, M Krupenkin
Political Psychology 39, 201-218, 2018
1302018
President Trump stress disorder: partisanship, ethnicity, and expressive reporting of mental distress after the 2016 election
M Krupenkin, D Rothschild, S Hill, E Yom-Tov
Sage open 9 (1), 2158244019830865, 2019
192019
Partisanship as social identity; Implications for the study of party polarization
S Iyengar, M Krupenkin
The Forum 16 (1), 23-45, 2018
142018
Does partisanship affect compliance with government recommendations?
M Krupenkin
Political Behavior 43 (1), 451-472, 2021
112021
Partisanship and risky financial decisions
M Krupenkin, S Hill, D Rothschild
Technical report, Working Paper, 2018
52018
Economic expectations, voting, and economic decisions around elections
G Huberman, T Konitzer, M Krupenkin, D Rothschild, S Hill
AEA Papers and Proceedings 108, 597-602, 2018
32018
Vaccine advertising: preach to the converted or to the unaware?
M Krupenkin, E Yom-Tov, D Rothschild
NPJ digital medicine 4 (1), 1-8, 2021
2021
Do Partisans Make Different Investment Decisions When Their Party is in Power?
M Krupenkin, S Hill, D Rothschild
2021
If a Tree Falls in the Forest: COVID-19, Media Choices, and Presidential Agenda Setting
M Krupenkin, K Zhu, D Walker, DM Rothschild
Media Choices, and Presidential Agenda Setting (September 22, 2020), 2020
2020
Beyond Agenda Setting: Does Media Coverage of Immigration Lead to Anti-Immigrant Behavior?
M Krupenkin, S Hill, D Rothschild
2020
Replication data for: Economic Expectations, Voting, and Economic Decisions around Elections
G Huberman, T Konitzer, M Krupenkin, D Rothschild, S Hill
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2019
2019
Using Machine Learning to Measure Changes in Cable News Coverage of Immigration (2014-2019)
M Krupenkin, D Rothschild
2019
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