Christopher D Johnston
Christopher D Johnston
Associate Professor of Political Science, Duke University
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Understanding the determinants of political ideology: Implications of structural complexity
S Feldman, C Johnston
Political Psychology 35 (3), 337-358, 2014
The ambivalent partisan: How critical loyalty promotes democracy
HG Lavine, CD Johnston, MR Steenbergen
Oxford University Press, USA, 2012
On the ideological foundations of Supreme Court legitimacy in the American public
BL Bartels, CD Johnston
American Journal of Political Science 57 (1), 184-199, 2013
False consciousness or class awareness? Local income inequality, personal economic position, and belief in American meritocracy
BJ Newman, CD Johnston, PL Lown
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 326-340, 2015
Open versus closed: Personality, identity, and the politics of redistribution
CD Johnston, HG Lavine, CM Federico
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Personality dispositions and political preferences across hard and easy issues
CD Johnston, J Wronski
Political Psychology 36 (1), 35-53, 2015
Dispositional sources of economic protectionism
CD Johnston
Public Opinion Quarterly 77 (2), 574-585, 2013
Immigration crackdown in the American workplace: Explaining variation in E-Verify policy adoption across the US states
BJ Newman, CD Johnston, AA Strickland, J Citrin
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12 (2), 160-182, 2012
Sensationalism and sobriety differential media exposure and attitudes toward American courts
CD Johnston, BL Bartels
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (2), 260-285, 2010
Political justice? Perceptions of politicization and public preferences toward the Supreme Court appointment process
BL Bartels, CD Johnston
Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (1), 105-116, 2012
Ethnic change, personality, and polarization over immigration in the American public
CD Johnston, BJ Newman, Y Velez
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (3), 662-686, 2015
Economists and public opinion: Expert consensus and economic policy judgments
CD Johnston, AO Ballard
The Journal of Politics 78 (2), 443-456, 2016
Curbing the court: Why the public constrains judicial independence
BL Bartels, CD Johnston
Cambridge University Press, 2020
Ideological asymmetries and the determinants of politically motivated reasoning
B Guay, CD Johnston
American Journal of Political Science 66 (2), 285-301, 2022
Economic inequality and US public policy mood across space and time
CD Johnston, BJ Newman
American Politics Research 44 (1), 164-191, 2016
Emotion and political judgment: Expectancy violation and affective intelligence
CD Johnston, H Lavine, B Woodson
Political Research Quarterly 68 (3), 474-492, 2015
Lawyers' Perceptions of the US Supreme Court: Is the Court a “Political” Institution?
BL Bartels, CD Johnston, A Mark
Law & Society Review 49 (3), 761-794, 2015
Ideology, the Affordable Care Act Ruling, and Supreme Court Legitimacy
CD Johnston, DS Hillygus, BL Bartels
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 963-973, 2014
How different are cultural and economic ideology?
CD Johnston, T Ollerenshaw
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34, 94-101, 2020
Authoritarianism, affective polarization, and economic ideology
CD Johnston
Political Psychology 39, 219-238, 2018
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