Lindsey Levitan
Lindsey Levitan
Psychology, Shepherd University
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Social network composition and attitude strength: Exploring the dynamics within newly formed social networks
LC Levitan, PS Visser
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (5), 1057-1067, 2009
The impact of the social context on resistance to persuasion: Effortful versus effortless responses to counter-attitudinal information
LC Levitan, PS Visser
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 640-649, 2008
Conformity in groups: The effects of others’ views on expressed attitudes and attitude change
LC Levitan, B Verhulst
Political Behavior 38 (2), 277-315, 2016
Openness to attitude change as a function of temporal perspective
CN DeWall, PS Visser, LC Levitan
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (8), 1010-1023, 2006
We're Closer than I Thought: Social Network Heterogeneity, Morality, and Political Persuasion
P Ben‐Nun Bloom, LC Levitan
Political Psychology 32 (4), 643-665, 2011
Social context and information seeking: Examining the effects of network attitudinal composition on engagement with political information
L Levitan, J Wronski
Political Behavior 36 (4), 793-816, 2014
Instructions about nicotine dose influence acute responses to nasal spray
KA Perkins, L Jacobs, L Clark, CA Conklin, M Sayette, A Wilson
Nicotine & tobacco research 6 (6), 1051-1060, 2004
Personality and Prosocial Behavior: A Multilevel Meta-Analysis
R Kline, A Bankert, L Levitan, P Kraft
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-18, 2017
Pazit, and Lindsey Clark Levitan. 2011. We ‘re closer than I thought: heterogeneity of social networks, source morality and political persuasion
BN Bloom
Political Psychology 32 (4), 643-665, 0
Political Psychology: The Promise of (and Impediments to) Synergistic Interdisciplinary Scholarship
LC Levitan, PS Visser, ST Fiske
The Political Psychology of Democratic Citizenship, 344, 2009
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