Eric Groenendyk
Eric Groenendyk
Political Science, University of Memphis
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Election night’s alright for fighting: The role of emotions in political participation
NA Valentino, T Brader, EW Groenendyk, K Gregorowicz, VL Hutchings
The Journal of Politics 73 (1), 156-170, 2011
Efficacy, emotions and the habit of participation
NA Valentino, K Gregorowicz, EW Groenendyk
Political Behavior 31 (3), 307, 2009
Emotional rescue: How affect helps partisans overcome collective action problems
EW Groenendyk, AJ Banks
Political Psychology 35 (3), 359-378, 2014
Competing motives in the partisan mind: How loyalty and responsiveness shape party identification and democracy
E Groenendyk
Oxford University Press, 2013
Current emotion research in political science: How emotions help democracy overcome its collective action problem
E Groenendyk
Emotion Review 3 (4), 455-463, 2011
Of dark clouds and silver linings: Effects of exposure to issue versus candidate advertising on persuasion, information retention, and issue salience
EW Groenendyk, NA Valentino
Communication Research 29 (3), 295-319, 2002
Justifying party identification: A case of identifying with the “lesser of two evils”
E Groenendyk
Political Behavior 34 (3), 453-475, 2012
The anxious and ambivalent partisan: The effect of incidental anxiety on partisan motivated recall and ambivalence
E Groenendyk
Public opinion quarterly 80 (2), 460-479, 2016
Competing motives in a polarized electorate: political responsiveness, identity defensiveness, and the rise of partisan antipathy
E Groenendyk
Political Psychology 39, 159-171, 2018
The Motivated Partisan: A Dual Motivations Theory of Partisan Change and Stability.
EW Groenendyk
Of Two Minds, But One Heart: A Good “Gut” Feeling Moderates the Effect of Ambivalence on Attitude Formation and Turnout
E Groenendyk
American Journal of Political Science 63 (2), 368-384, 2019
The Conditional Implications of Partisan Loyalty
E Groenendyk
Social Research: An International Quarterly 86 (3), 695-720, 2019
Getting Emotional and Acting Rationally: The Relationship between Emotion, Identity, and Collective Action
E Groenendyk
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