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Response latency methodology for survey research: Measurement and modeling strategies
K Mulligan, JT Grant, ST Mockabee, JQ Monson
Political Analysis 11 (3), 289-301, 2003
1132003
An Experimental Test of the Effects of Fictional Framing on Attitudes*
K Mulligan, P Habel
Social Science Quarterly 92 (1), 79-99, 2011
1002011
The Implications of Fictional Media for Political Beliefs
K Mulligan, P Habel
American Politics Research, Forthcoming, 2012
842012
Partisan ambivalence, split‐ticket voting, and divided government
K Mulligan
Political Psychology 32 (3), 505-530, 2011
662011
Pope John Paul II and Catholic Opinion Toward the Death Penalty and Abortion*
K Mulligan
Social Science Quarterly 87 (3), 739-753, 2006
402006
The “myth” of moral values voting in the 2004 presidential election
K Mulligan
PS: Political Science & Politics 41 (1), 109-114, 2008
232008
The Dynamics of Public Opinion on Cultural Policy Issues in the U.S., 1972-2010
K Mulligan, T Grant, D Bennett
Political Behavior, Forthcoming, 2012
222012
Variability or Moderation? The Effects of Ambivalence on Political Opinions
K Mulligan
Political Behavior, Forthcoming, 2012
132012
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