Leonie Huddy
Leonie Huddy
Professor of Political Science, Stony Brook University
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From social to political identity: A critical examination of social identity theory
L Huddy
Political psychology 22 (1), 127-156, 2001
Gender stereotypes and the perception of male and female candidates
L Huddy, N Terkildsen
American journal of political science, 119-147, 1993
Threat, anxiety, and support of antiterrorism policies
L Huddy, S Feldman, C Taber, G Lahav
American journal of political science 49 (3), 593-608, 2005
American patriotism, national identity, and political involvement
L Huddy, N Khatib
American journal of political science 51 (1), 63-77, 2007
Expressive partisanship: Campaign involvement, political emotion, and partisan identity
L Huddy, L Mason, L Aarøe
American Political Science Review 109 (1), 1-17, 2015
The consequences of gender stereotypes for women candidates at different levels and types of office
L Huddy, N Terkildsen
Political Research Quarterly 46 (3), 503-525, 1993
9. On the Distinct Political Effects of Anxiety and Anger
L Huddy, S Feldman, E Cassese
The affect effect, 202-230, 2008
The Oxford handbook of political psychology
L Huddy, DO Sears, JS Levy
Oxford University Press, 2013
The consequences of terrorism: Disentangling the effects of personal and national threat
L Huddy, S Feldman, T Capelos, C Provost
Political Psychology 23 (3), 485-509, 2002
Racial resentment and white opposition to race‐conscious programs: Principles or prejudice?
S Feldman, L Huddy
American Journal of Political Science 49 (1), 168-183, 2005
Group identity and political cohesion.
L Huddy
Oxford University Press, 2003
From group identity to political cohesion and commitment.
L Huddy
Oxford University Press, 2013
Trends: Reactions to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001
L Huddy, N Khatib, T Capelos
The Public Opinion Quarterly 66 (3), 418-450, 2002
The political consequences of perceived threat and felt insecurity
L Huddy, S Feldman, C Weber
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 614 (1 …, 2007
Americans respond politically to 9/11: understanding the impact of the terrorist attacks and their aftermath.
L Huddy, S Feldman
American Psychologist 66 (6), 455, 2011
The effect of interviewer gender on the survey response
L Huddy, J Billig, J Bracciodieta, L Hoeffler, PJ Moynihan, P Pugliani
Political Behavior 19 (3), 197-220, 1997
On assessing the political effects of racial prejudice
L Huddy, S Feldman
Annual Review of Political Science 12, 423-447, 2009
Contrasting theoretical approaches to intergroup relations
L Huddy
Political Psychology 25 (6), 947-967, 2004
Old-fashioned racism and new forms of racial prejudice
SV Virtanen, L Huddy
The journal of politics 60 (2), 311-332, 1998
Gender stereotyping and candidate evaluation
L Huddy, T Capelos
The social psychology of politics, 29-53, 2002
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