Troels Bøggild
TitleCited byYear
The evolved functions of procedural fairness: An adaptation for politics
T Bøggild, MB Petersen
The evolution of morality, 247-276, 2016
An intra-group perspective on leader preferences: Different risks of exploitation shape preferences for leader facial dominance
T Bøggild, L Laustsen
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (6), 820-837, 2016
How politicians’ reelection efforts can reduce public trust, electoral support, and policy approval
T Bøggild
Political Psychology 37 (6), 901-919, 2016
How Politicians’ Reelection Efforts Can Reduce Public Trust, Electoral Support, and Policy Approval
T Bøggild
Political Psychology 37 (6), 901-919, 2016
Campaigning on behalf of the party? Party constraints on candidate campaign personalisation
T Bøggild, HH Pedersen
European Journal of Political Research 57 (4), 883-899, 2018
Cheater detection in politics: Evolution and citizens' capacity to hold political leaders accountable
T Bøggild
The Leadership Quarterly, 2018
Politicians as Party Hacks: Party Loyalty and Public Distrust in Politicians
T Bøggild
The Journal of Politics, 2019
Which personality fits personalized representation?
T Bøggild, R Campbell, MK Nielsen, HH Pedersen, ...
Party Politics, 1354068819855703, 2019
Procedural Fairness and Public Opinion
T Bøggild
Politica, 2016
Do the Means Justify the Ends?: Procedural Fairness, Politicians' Reelection Motives, and Support for Public Policy
T Bøggild
Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, 2014
Voting for Dominance?: Intra-Group Contexts and Ethnic Markers Shape Preferences for Facial Dominance in Political Candidates
T Bøggild, L Laustsen
MPSA 2015, 2015
Underholdende introduktion til irrationel politisk adfærd
T Bøggild, L Laustsen
Politik 17 (2), 91-93, 2014
Which personality fits personalised representation?
J Hudson, H Helboe Pedersen, R Campbell, T Bøggild, M Nilsen
Party Politics, 0
T Bøggild, L Laustsen
Politik 17 (2), 0
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